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Space Fish: ISS Aquatic Habitat Delivered By HTV-3 68

Posted by Soulskill
from the and-what's-this-fish-doing-in-my-ear dept.
astroengine writes "Yes, it's the moment we've all (secretly) been waiting for: Fish In Space! But before you go getting too excited and start asking the big questions — like: if there's a bubble in a microgravity aquarium, what happens if the fish falls into it? Let's ponder that for a minute... — it's worth pointing out that the fish aren't actually in space right now (their habitat has just been delivered to the space station by the unmanned Japanese H-II Transfer Vehicle 'Kounotori 3') and this fishy experiment isn't just to see how fish enjoy swimming upside down, there's some serious science behind it."
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Space Fish: ISS Aquatic Habitat Delivered By HTV-3

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