After a Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield who with the help of short video reports we managed to conjure up astronauts stay in space, and teach us life in the ISS, he joined the U.S. astronaut Karen Nyberg. Karen currently resides and works in the International Space Station (ISS), she recorded a short video which explains how to wash hair in zero gravity.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like washing your hair in the universe, this answer will give American astronaut Karen Nyberg. She’s a short video demonstrating how to wash your hair. Since it is in a state of weightlessness, the procedure is not simple. If you thought the ISS there (kind of) shower that you are wrong from a “regular” bag “leaks” and squeeze it making sure that the droplets from flying all over the ISS. Nyberg explained that, after her hair dries, moisture collects ISS’s air-conditioning system, from which all the water goes into the recycling machine which then in turn creates potable water.