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The Five Senses in Space: Touch

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The Five Senses in Space: Touch

The fifth and final installment of our 'Senses in Space' series. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield describes how the near-weightless environment of the International Space Station changes how astronauts use their feet, which has consequences regarding the sensation of touch. (Credit: CSA/NASA)

For more interesting facts about living in space, see: http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/qa.asp

Source: Canadian Space Agency - YouTube Channel

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I must say these are very fascinating. :tu:

Waspie, any chance that cos I watch them all, that I might have a chance of going on one of them rocket things into space? Can you put a word in for me?

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Very cool.

Some of the comments on this series (not on UM, at the site) are surprisingly rude and ignorant, imo.

The ISS Mockup is only a short drive from me. I should go, shame on me.

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Waspie, any chance that cos I watch them all, that I might have a chance of going on one of them rocket things into space? Can you put a word in for me?

If I had that kind of influence I would be posting this from Earth orbit.

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