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Why SpaceX Dragon and NASA are Sending Nickelodeon Slime to ISS?
Why SpaceX Dragon and NASA are Sending Nickelodeon Slime into Space Ready to see some astronauts slime each other? Thanks to SpaceX, Nickelodeon, and the International Space Station, that could soon become a reality. For the first time, America’s first television network for children, Nickelodeon will send its famous play slime to space. It will be delivered to NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. Fans of Nickelodeon are well aware of just how messy the network’s slime can get. Often used in the network’s award shows, dousing celebrities and various personalities with slime is Nickelodeon’s way of honoring them. The green goo — infamous for its role on the ‘80s series You Can’t Do That on Television and for making an entire generation too shook to say “I don’t know”. It was also a recurring crowd pleaser on programs like Double Dare, Wild and Crazy Kids, Figure It Out, and Weinerville, with cameos in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Fanboy & Chum Chum. Now, in a historic move, it seems Nickelodeon is looking to slime someone in space by sending the gooey fluid to the ISS. SpaceX's robotic Dragon cargo capsule is scheduled to launch toward the ISS atop a Falcon 9 rocket on July 21 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, as part of the CRS-18 resupply mission. In addition to food, water and other supplies, SpaceX Dragon will be toting 2,500 lbs. (1,135 kilograms) of science gear, which will enable 47 separate experiments, NASA officials said. A fair number of these payloads have a distinct space-settlement flavor; Nickelodeon’s green slime is one of those. In this video, Engineering Today will discuss SpaceX Dragon cargo CRS-18 resupply mission which is going to deliver Nickelodeon slime to the space station for science. What exactly is this green slime? Why Spacex is going to deliver to ISS? Let’s get into detail. #SpaceX #NASA #Engineering Today AUDIO: Voiceover by Scott Leffler -- Inspired by