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NASA astronauts show how fidget spinners work in zero-gravity
- By Nandini Krishnamoorthy
Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) get to conduct some extremely interesting space experiments. NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik show how fidget spinners work in zero-gravity, which according to him was a "great way to experiment Newton's laws of motion".