A water bubble on the International Space Station
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What happens when astronauts play with water in space?

13 November 2014 Last updated at 13:05 GMT

Ever wondered what happens to water in space?

These astronauts aboard the International Space Station created this brilliant video to let everyone know.

They put a small camera inside a large bubble of floating water and filmed the amazing results.

In space because there is no gravity, a force called surface tension works on water and other liquids, making them float and come together into a sphere shape.

The video was filmed by Nasa astronauts Steve Swanson and Reid Wiseman along with European space agency astronaut Alexander Gerst.