Outer Space

Four Things You're Not Allowed To Do In Space

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Whenever you dream about visiting outer space (we'll just assume you do), you might imagine floating around the International Space Station without a care in the world. However, just like any other workplace, astronauts must follow some strict rules. Here's one: no sex allowed. Space travel wouldn't be the best thing for a pregnant woman—not to mention there are only 388 cubic meters of living space available. Can we say awkward? Watch the following video to hear more rules, then continue learning about life in space.

Here Are The House Rules Of Outerspace

#2. No booze.

How Do Astronauts Drink In Space?

If you were to open a can of soda in space, it might be a foamy disaster.

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