After reading this one, I felt a little nauseated by the thought of weightless food floating in my stomach. Still, it’s an interesting piece!

There is a subtle art to moving around without crashing into anything – or, more annoyingly, others – knocking computers, equipment and other objects off the walls to which they are attached with Velcro pads. One serving shuttle pilot confessed to leaving a wake of laptops and other vital belongings behind him the first time he tried to fly from one room to another. “When you first turn up, you are like a bull in a china shop,” he said. “I had no idea where to put any of it back.”

via Life aboard the International Space Station | Science | The Guardian.