Before going into space, astronauts must be submitted to the series physical and psychological exams, it is better to train them to face conditions existing in space.
Therefore, it is common that there are several "urban myths" in relation to Preparation of astronauts before going to space and one of them is associated with bouncing, because that's what they say Astronauts can not bury in space.
This myth aroused curiosity Greg Switzer, the Twitter user who opened the bottle of juice, found on the cover an interesting statement that was named as "real data".
For this reason, Switzer wanted to leave doubts and wrote on Twitter Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfieldwho also flew two space missions in 1995 and 2001.
To the amazement of many, the astronaut responded to the message and not only confirmed this statementbut also provided reason so astronauts can not bury in space.
"You can not bury in space because the air, food and liquids in the stomach float together like thick bubbles. If you start to beat, you vomit in your mouth. Guess where the air is trapped, "Hadfield wrote.