Astronaut shares how honey moves in zero-gravity environment; watch amazing video
A video of an astronaut from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) showing how honey moves in a zero-gravity environment makes rounds on social media and netizens are amazed watching it.
David Saint-Jacques, an astronaut from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), shared a video of how honey moves in a zero-gravity environment.
In the video, David can be seen opening a lid and holds it far away from the brim.
The honey starts to stretch without breaking down, and then he wiggles the stretched honey around; finally, he spins the lid, which then forms a honey spiral. Watch the video:
The video was shared on Canadian Space Agency's official Youtube page in 2019 and has garnered more than 49 million views.
Netizens were amazed to see the strange behaviour of honey and expressed their opinion in the comment section.
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