Thursday, February 11, 2016

Sea Plankton on Space Station? Russian Official Claims It's So


"Cosmonauts on the orbiting outpost have allegedly discovered trace amounts of sea plankton and other microscopic organisms living on the outside of the station, exposed to the vacuum of space, according to a news story quoting space station official Vladimir Solovyov."
space.com

LIVING plankton in space? Really?


"Located in Houston, Texas, NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab is an underwater training facility used to prepare astronauts for the zero-gravity conditions they’ll experience in space. The massive pool houses an exact [emp. mine]replica of the International Space Station, and measures 202 feet in length, and is 102 feet wide and 40 feet deep."
Underwater At NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory

Spacesuit Leak That Nearly Drowned Astronaut Could Have Been Avoided
"Parmitano's helmet began filling with water just after venturing outside of the space station on July 16."-lol!

Space Station Hoax : Scuba Divers Seen With Astronauts Faking A Space-Walk in A Massive Water Pool

Gee, maybe all these things are connected somehow, hmmmm...

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