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Sat April 6, 2013
What happens if you cry in space?
Well, the tears don’t fall. And you’ll want a handkerchief, says Canadian astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield.
“It just forms a ball on my eyes,” he says. “So if you keep crying, you’re just going to end up with a bigger and bigger ball of water in your eye.”
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. Watch Hadfield demonstrate.