Chris Hadfield is one of the most awesome astronauts we have ever had. Not only was he the first ever Canadian to ever walk in space, but he also likes to educate people about how life is like outside our dear planet Earth.
So, how different can simple things be if you were in the International Space Station? What odd rules should be followed if you ever want to stay alive and go back safely to Earth?
Check out the story below!
Why? Because bread can leave crumbs, and that is not good if they float around. Instead, Chris Hadfield used tortillas.
In order to get rid of the toothpaste, the only option you have is to swallow it.
Even if you wring as hard as you can, it will be difficult to dry the washcloth.
These bags were specifically made for astronauts so their vomit will not go all over if ever they get sick.
So how will you do it? Well, Chris Hadfield had this awesome shaving cream that easily keeps the whiskers around.
For one, the hair clipper to be used should be connected to a vacuum to prevent any of the fallen hair from moving around the station.
Specifically, Chris Hadfield had pudding that was always contained in pouches like this one.
You need to use a special machine to rehydrate them because they are contained in dehydrated packs.
You use a customized pouch of soapy water that you simply rub on your hands.
In order to prevent any nail clippings from floating around, you must clip your nails near an air vent.
So, are you willing to experience these things while at space? Share this with your friends!