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Astronaut on ISS experiments with static electricity with LEGO kit [Science]
posted October 20 2012 9:10.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Weightless environment on the ISS offers an opportunity to experiment with specific forces without the interaction of gravity. NASA Astronaut Don Pettit gets creative with an educational LEGO kit aboard the International Space Station. He manages to put in orbit a piece of styrofoam around a electrostatically charged cylinder.

[Link: Physics Central APS]

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