NASA‘s fascination with zero-gravity liquid dynamics continues with a new video recently released by the space agency, taken on board the International Space Station. It’s called (in a typical businesslike touch) Red 4K Video of Colorful Liquid in Space. And, as promised, it features Red 4K video of colorful liquid in space.
The main innovation in the video over the usual water blob in space image is the addition of food coloring, which makes an even bigger difference than you might expect in a zero-gravity environment. Then, there’s what appears to be an Alka-Seltzer tablet that just pushes the whole thing into the next level.
But why bother talking about it when you can just see Red 4K Video of Colorful Liquid in Space for yourself below? And for more of NASA’s 4K recording in space, check out NASA’s page dedicated to that specific endeavor right here.
Here’s the video: