Ian O’Neill at Universe today reports on astronaut Mike Kelly’s concern that a person could get stranded in the center of the ISS’s new Kibo module. Interior space is thirty-seven by fourteen. An inattentive astronaut might drift slowly to the middle of the room and get stuck with no gravity or handholds to get back.
The UT commentariat is full of ideas on how to rescue yourself.
Before paging over there to see some of the clever ones, anybody want to take a guess here?
(Image from NASA TV)