Back in January I wrote about how, in the microgravity of space, tears don't fall. I didn't have a good way of showing this, so instead I launched into a humorous, but rather improbable story of orbital teleportation to talk about how crying in space is very different from crying on Earth.
Well, our very own Chris Hadfield, Canadian astronaut and commander of the International Space Station, has come to my rescue by posting a video demonstrating what happens when you cry in space:
Thanks Chris! You're my hero!
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