What happens when you wring a sopping wet washcloth out in space?
Well, here's a hint: It's much more interesting than what happens here on Earth.
This week, commander Chris Hadfield, an astronaut aboard the International Space Station, demonstrated what happens when you get a washcloth soaking in space and then wring it out.
The experiment, called "Wring It Out" was designed by two 10th-graders in Nova Scotia. Kendra Lamke and Meredith Hatfield won a contest sponsored by the Canada Space Agency to come up with an experiment for an astronaut to perform in micro-gravity.
The two students hypothesized that in space, water from a wrung-out washcloth would not drip off but rather would remain on the cloth.