How an Astronaut Faced a Drowning Hazard… in Space

There are few fears that can top the fear of drowning. Actually, there is. The fear of drowning in space. And that fear was a very real and terrifying possibility for Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano during what should have been a “routine” extravehicular activity (EVA) earlier this month. Now, his spacewalking partner NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy explains what happened.

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