Can you cry in space?

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield answers a burning question in his latest video YouTube

Can astronauts cry in space? Hadfield cheats a little; instead of crying on command, he squirts water in his eye to simulate tears. Instead of rolling down his face as they would on Earth, however, the tears remain on Hadfield’s face until he wipes them away.

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