RED 4K Video of Colorful Liquid in Space

RED 4K Video of Colorful Liquid in Space

Once again, astronauts on the International Space Station dissolved an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water, and captured images using a camera capable of recording four times the resolution of normal high-definition cameras. The higher resolution images and higher frame rate videos can reveal more information when used on science investigations, giving researchers a valuable new tool aboard the space station. This footage is one of the first of its kind. The cameras are being evaluated for capturing science data and vehicle operations by engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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20 Responses

  1. Edward Felix says:

    So billions upon billions spent on a program, that still hasn’t got us
    anywhere beside pictures and theories on space and the galaxy. Yet they’re
    sitting up there playing with colored balls of water as tax payer money
    goes down the drain just wow!!!

  2. LaQueesha Williams says:

    Nice use of a budget NASA, also why is the international space stations
    live streaming cameras so shitty?

  3. wojciech Wilczynski says:

    This makes me wonder how mentos and soda would react o.O

  4. Arturo García says:

    Now we know why their budget gets cut…

  5. lizkorp says:

    I don’t understand why people are complaining about this video, like the
    only thing these guys are supposed to do is work non stop. Come on people.
    You mean to tell me you never take breaks at work? Let us not forget that
    they don’t get to go home to their families at night.

  6. Mark Torrez says:

    From 9-11 seconds i can see a small droplet of water curve on its path
    around the bigger ball of water. Thats not because of gravity right? Is it
    because of the ions in the bigger water droplet pulling the ions in the
    smaller? Amazing footage!

  7. Prim (ノ◕ω◕)ノ*:・゚✧ says:

    You know what that is the REDDEST ball of water I have ever seen in my

  8. stiimuli says:

    It looks alive. Freaky

  9. guruprasad peddinti says:

    it’s amazing.. ?

  10. DopeZebra says:

    *watchs in 480p*

  11. SKUNN3R 2015 says:

    Can you buy me a new laptop 4 k just broke it

  12. SirAncron says:

    4K yet we still struggle with focus.

  13. Carloman M says:


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  14. Amjad Khaddam says:

    this is one of the most wonderful things I’ve seen this year, so far!

  15. aceisking12 says:

    Wow that looks cool. I wonder if you could use that as a model for an atom
    undergoing radioactive decay

  16. Liciel Abordo says:


  17. ANGELA D!AZ (Angie) says:

    ahh magical

  18. Silver 15007 says:

    What would happen to a floating orb of diet coke, if a mento was put in the

  19. juki0h says:

    this is how planets are formed. everything becomes attracted to each other
    and creates a sphere(or at least close to a sphere)

  20. Three Hunna says:

    About 5% of people are actually watching this in 4k.