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Published on Jan 21, 2018
Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, who is currently on the ISS, made a video of how he flies on a vacuum cleaner in zero gravity.
The cosmonaut noted that he was often asked if they were flying on a vacuum cleaner at the station. To which he, as he himself admitted, always answered that he had not tried it. At the same time it occurred to him to experiment. "And here during the subbotnik I thought that the third flight was still ... It's time to conduct flight tests of the vacuum cleaner," the cosmonaut signed the video.
Let us note that Anton Shkaplerov is a test cosmonaut of the detachment of the FGBU "NII TsPK named after Yu. A. Gagarin", as well as the colonel of the Russian Air Force. His first launch into space took place on November 14, 2011. In December 2017, he went into space for the third time.