Nickelodeon slime makes a comeback this month when astronauts got slimed aboard the International Space Station! In this entertaining experiment, astronauts Christina Koch, Luca Parmitano, and Andrew Morgan demonstrate how this viscous liquid performs in microgravity. And it’s not just for fun – it is also an educational tool for both students and scientists alike.

“Curiosity meets discovery in everything we do,” tweeted Koch. “Especially Slime.” Click the link below to learn more and to watch the video!

The Science of Slime in Space: Examining Liquid Behavior in Microgravity

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