Astronaut demonstrates how to blow a zero gravity water bubble

Even blowing bubbles in water is cooler in space.

NASA astronaut Jack Fischer showed off a cool experiment aboard the International Space Station where he blew a large water bubble that covered his face.

Fischer placed a straw inside a bottle of water. As he squeezed out the water in zero gravity, he blew in the straw, creating a huge bubble. As the bubble grew it covered his face. Fisher eventually popped the bubble, sending large droplets of water flying through the air.