Space Shuttle Crew Answers Junior High Questions in Orbit

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Thursday, 23 July 2009

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Evidence on a shuttle window disputed Wolf's theory about space woodies

While orbiting the earth, the crew of the space shuttle Endeavor agreed to answer teenagers questions about space travel on Youtube. Beatsit from Raleigh, NC asked the astronauts what happens when you get a woody in your space suit? Lead Spacewalker, David Wolf told the junior science student that literally nothing on the ship or for that matter in the space station is made of even a little wood and besides NASA loads the food up with so much saltpeter that nobody's peter even can lift its poor little head.

Gasbag from Miami wanted to know if anyone ever blew a hole on their space suit after a really big fart. Canadian astronaut Julie Payette was anxious to take that one:" One time... at space camp... we had a lot of beans for lunch and you wouldn't believe how many ...unfortunately static from a collision with NASA space junk interrupted Space Mariner Payette's scientific reponse.

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