Space shuttle Atlantis undocked from the International Space Station yesterday, following the crew's successful completion of their STS-132 mission tasks. During three spacewalks, mission specialists Steve Bowen, Michael Good and Garrett Reisman swapped out six nickel-hydrogen battery units on the station's Port 6 truss, as well …
Does anyone know if Duct tape works in a very cold vacuum?
Re : cold vacuum
Don't want to be pedantic but what you are really measuring in a vacuum is the temperature of the thermometer which will be some balance of what it radiates v. what it absorbs
Communication is the ability to exchange ideas. You got the idea, but I take your point :)
But what about breakfast?
Did they have Wensleydale with their morning toast?
Famously so, yes -
thanks, that confirms my suspicions that it is one of the most useful things ever invented, after breasts.
Surely you jest
My cat would say otherwise.
Now Look What You've Done
I'm going to be humming that tune now all day.
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