Astronaut David Saint-Jacques has fun with honey in area.

Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET.

If I opened a container of honey here in the world and slanted it on its side, I would have a huge mess to tidy up. Canadian Area Firm astronaut David Saint-Jacques attempted this on the International Spaceport Station and had a really various outcome.

” Unusual things occur with honey when you get rid of gravity,” Saint-Jacques composed on Twitter on Tuesday.

The astronaut loosened the cover on a container and showed how the honey sticks from the container to the cover and attempts to curl back on itself. The tendril-like habits makes it appear like it lives.

Astronauts on the ISS frequently experiment with compounds that act extremely in a different way in area than they do in the world. NASA’s Jack Fischer revealed us in 2017 what occurs with tropical punch in microgravity His experiment was a lot messier than Saint-Jacques’.

Researchers have an interest in how various fluids respond to the environment in area, understanding NASA states can assist enhance styles for fuel tanks and other fluid-based systems utilized for area travel.

The honey, nevertheless, is most likely predestined to be consumed by the astronauts on board the ISS. How sweet it is.