He’s the foremost astronaut to be flying on an authorized UK space assignment. So among the primary things he’s waiting for while in orbit is to make himself a pleasant cup of tea.
The dilemma for Major Tim Peake, nevertheless, is the way of managing this in a zero gravity situation on the intercontinental Space Station that is located 220 miles over the surface of the Earth. The good thing is that Major Tim Peake, who has two kid, is going to pack the space-mug of his, which is a vessel devised for preventing his scorching brew from drifting off.
The tea’s initially brewed within a vacuum-packed pot before being spewed inside the cup. A fine fold down the length of a side of this plastic gadget results in lofty surface tension and this thwarts the liquid from escaping. Innate forces branded as capillary action subsequently compel the drink in the upward direction down the length of the channel en route for the opening that has the shape of a teardrop. Here the liquid can be siphoned.
According to Major Peake this is going to be the most vital gadget as he takes off on the journey of five months to the intercontinental Space Station tomorrow.