NASA Unveils Space Science Experiments Ranging From Flower Gardens To Pulsating Flames

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NASA Unveils Space Science Experiments Ranging From Flower Gardens To Pulsating Flames

NASA recently released the astounding findings of science tests carried out in orbit through the year 2023, taking us beyond the picturesque landscapes of flower gardens and exploring the mysteries of pulsating flames outside of our atmosphere in a breathtaking leap into space. 

Where Was It Shared?

NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Official YouTube Channel released a video showcasing experiments conducted on the ISS throughout 2023. Situated in Houston, Texas, it serves as NASA’s hub for human spaceflight endeavours.  

What Were The Experiments All About?

The compilation video allows viewers to witness experiments crucial for the future of humanity’s space exploration endeavours.  


Credit: YouTube

The space agency shared this information on their YouTube channel by saying, “Astronaut Woody Hoburg introduces you to a swirling, colourful and mesmerising collection of real science experiments conducted in space. All set to classical music! Plant growth experiments! Astronaut Christina Koch helps you discover how NASA’s garden grows in space. Watch out for the hot peppers!”  

They added, “Combustion Science! ‘The science of fire.’ Astronaut Mark Vande Hei explores how NASA studies bouncing, dancing, pulsing flames in space. Fluid experiments! Astronaut Megan McArthur introduces you to the shapeshifting world of fluids and the fascinating ways they behave onboard the space station.”   

In Space, Nasa Conducts Experiments Ranging From Flower Gardens To Pulsating Flames
Credit: YouTube

The video was posted a day ago and has since garnered numerous comments since its publication.

In Space, Nasa Conducts Experiments Ranging From Flower Gardens To Pulsating Flames
Credit: YouTube

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