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(Tech Times)   Mice learn how to propel themselves in zero gravity. NASA hates weightless meeses to pieces   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, International Space Station, Earth mice, Space exploration, Spaceflight mice, normal house mouse, Mouse, recent study, NASA Rodent Habitat  
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828 clicks; posted to Geek » on 15 Apr 2019 at 3:08 PM (4 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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4 days ago  
Is it farts? I bet it's farts.
4 days ago  
4 days ago  
Daws Butler is working at NASA?
4 days ago  
Freedom!  Horrible, horrible freedom!
4 days ago  
Earth mice?  As opposed to . . .???
4 days ago  

RabidRythmDivas: Earth mice?  As opposed to . . .???

Biker Mice from Mars​D​EOII4
4 days ago  
Their space was too small. They needed more room to play and exercise.
4 days ago  
It could have been worse. Much worse.

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4 days ago  
Savoire Faire is everywhere, subby.
4 days ago  
But what are we gonna do tonight?
4 days ago  
Space Mouse... House to House on Adultswim!
4 days ago  
The mice running laps around the cage in the second segment is awesome.  I'm always happy to see fellow rodents enjoying themselves.
4 days ago  
....but how do they deal with the floating rat poop?
4 days ago  

way south: ....but how do they deal with the floating rat poop?

the astronauts or the critters?
Because my experience with lab rats leads me to guess that a rat that saw poop floating by would just think "hey, a floating free snack."
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