In this video I test what happens to bubbles in 0g. Do they float? If so, which way is up? I first test it with the bubbles in the water container in a box being dropped, then I test it with just the aerodynamic water bottle being dropped by itself. I then talk about why they are different and I also show you how when something is dropped it experiences 0g.
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