Meanwhile… Did You Know NASA Astronauts Never Wash Their Clothes?

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Published on June 24, 2021

Meanwhile… NASA is partnering with Tide to finally provide astronauts on the International Space Station a way to wash their clothes in orbit. #Colbert #Comedy #MeanwhileMeanwhile

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17 comments

  • Ran Kat 1 year ago

    Look at that. Only 8 people don’t like Stephen Colbert. 🤣🤣😉

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  • Fauler Perfektionist 1 year ago

    😖 Oh, yuck! And all this time, they’ve been carefully _withholding_ that information. Makes you wonder what _other_ information they’ve been withholding.

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  • Nicole Chalklen 1 year ago

    Jon comes more and more outta his skin

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  • D V K M Rishab 1 year ago

    2:24 They missed an opportunity to make an Admiral Ackbar joke

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  • Manonsilvermountain 1 year ago

    Burning undies in atmosphere was a well know fact, but “they wear them until they can’t take the filth and stink” took me totally off guard!

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  • Millions of Marks 1 year ago

    Just imagine, nasa releases the squids once they have their space experiment back into the ocean and later these squids will evolve into the world dominating aliens that we always feared for.

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  • Joe Statum 1 year ago

    No, really, is this actually because of Wolowitz’s toliet design?

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  • Tracey Sharpe 1 year ago

    Too Short !!!

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  • Cindy Wells 1 year ago

    Squid in space? Between this and Matthew Calamari, this is a big week of news for squid.

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  • Test 1 year ago

    sent to burn up in the atmospher aboar discarded cargo ships? So are the sent to cargo ships and then burned? How are the sent to the cargo ships. Do they stay on the station then get brought back (like kids coming home from college)?

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  • curandero verde 1 year ago

    I guess I’m not the only one

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  • Carl Pelz 1 year ago

    Has Nasa ever heard about washing machines? 🙄c fck put one aboard and that’s all.

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  • vanivari 1 year ago

    Why does almost every meanwhile segment start with a scripted chat with Jon? I mean, if you pretend to have a totally not awkward pointless chat with the guy (of course they chat with each other, but the on-camera stuff is so wooden and forced), at least switch it up a bit. Is meanwhile to short for a full segment so you use this to fill the time with a “variable” buffer?

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  • Eric Jourdain 1 year ago

    1:41 of Jon Baptiste dead air. Just so you know.

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  • SmokeStack 1 year ago

    I still think it’s a terrible idea to allow corporate industries to develop and launch things into space.

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