When you cry in outer space, it makes a big mess (video)

Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows what happens when you cry in space.


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8 Responses to “When you cry in outer space, it makes a big mess (video)”

  1. Yep, saw that this morning and posted, thanks

  2. milli2 says:

    because his dog died or wife left him???

  3. therling says:

    They ought to test astronauts for ability to cry on demand.

  4. BeccaM says:

    That is the coolest f’ing thing I’ve seen this year.

    Thanks, Nicho!

  5. I follow Hadfield on twitter because he posts amazing photos of earth from space.

  6. I’m sorry, but for some reason all I can think about is Spencer Tracy pointing at his tear-stained face in Adam’s Rib and crowing, “I can turn it off and on like a faucet!”

  7. bpollen says:

    “In space, your tears don’t fall…”

    I smell a country and western song!

  8. nicho says:

    Even cooler is Cmdr. Hadfield recording “Space Oddity” in space.


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