Neato: How Honey Reacts In Microgravity

May 22, 2019

Hey guys I'm still not 100% today but I'm going to see what I can manage but in the event I go missing I should be back tomorrow with a fresh coat of paint. This is a video of Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques demonstrating how honey reacts in microgravity. Interesting, but how does it TASTE in microgravity? "The same." But you don't know that for sure.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jeffrey S, who agrees do peanut butter next.

  • IndigoJarl

    Wishing you well this website's always a treat to look at.

  • Douchy McDouche

    Just like Winnie the Pooh.

  • Megatron Jenkins

    Welcome back, GW!!! Hope shit worked itself out!

  • biggs33

    Why is NASA not showing us the important experiments? They know damn well what fluids we want to see commingling in zero gravity...

  • tyr2180

    Differential oil and spray cheeze?

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.


  • biggs33


  • Megatron Jenkins

    Stomach bile and spleen juice?

  • biggs33

    Ok that too.

  • Bling Nye

    Urine luck, shit's gonna get real.

  • Joe Schmopped

    Looks more like honey mustard.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Any fluid with sufficient viscosity would behave the same way.

  • Gingerbread

    In case you run out of paint, you should consider getting a fresh coat of space honey

  • Bling Nye

    Captain Kirk is an authority on space honeys.

  • Wooder

    Hey Honey, my nose is pretty runny, you may think its funny but its SNOT!

  • Munihausen

    Definitely worth the $10k to get that jar up there.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I don't see any downsides. It's food. It's a toy to show off to the world. There's potentially some stuff to learn about how viscous liquids behave.

  • Evan Lang

    Can you prove they need food?

  • GeneralDisorder

    I cannot. Let's send them up without food and see how it goes.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Let's train children and midgets to be astronauts as well. Smaller people = smaller costs

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