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ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet will conduct an experiment on the International Space Station to see how the Blob’s behaviour is affected by microgravity.
Several specimens will be hosted on board the Space Station (ISS), where they will be the subject of scientific experiments. The goal is to see “if the blob behaves differently in space“, and to study”the effects of microgravity and radiation on its evolution“, details CNES, the French space agency, in a press release.
As part of its mission “Alpha“, French astronaut Thomas Pesquet, who is due to fly to the ISS on April 22,”will be responsible for + waking it up + and photographing its evolution according to two protocols“: one will test the attitude of two blobs in an environment without food, the other will provide two other blobs with several sources of food. The Cnes and the CNRS invite 2000 schools, colleges and high schools to join this”educational experience“and to”compare their results in class with those obtained” in orbit.