Astronaut explains how to wash your hair without gravity
Many lament the end of the period of five months of Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield on the International Space Station, whose videos on YouTube about everyday life experiments in space , such as mourn, vomiting or squeezing a cloth without gravity, earned him recognition thousands of people around the world.
Fortunately, there is now above U.S. astronaut Karen Nyberg , who made â€‹â€‹his first tutorial for the YouTube channel “Inside ISS” so that all future Astronauts know which face in zero Gravity conditions.
In what we hope will be the first video of many, Nyberg explains how the procedure is to wash your hair in space since the water is ‘started’, among other problems. Also, see the movement of human hair in Zero Gravity is simply hypnotic.
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