Watch this space we'll take a look at the realities of microgravity.
Think astronauts are floating around in zero gravity when they're up in space? Think again. Think the International Space Station is far from Earth to escape its gravitational pull? Not by a long mile.
In actual fact, the International Space Station is hurtling through space at thousands of miles an hour, leaving astronauts in a constant state of free fall and making it really hard to get anything done.
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To learn more about the harsh realities of life from Earth, check out this week's Episode of Watch This Space. And you can get your space fix every other Friday with new episodes, or catch up with the whole series on CNET or YouTube.