Watch A Zero G Hail Mary Pass Travel Over 500,000 Yards Aboard The ISS

Aaron Rodgers’ “Miracle in Motown” 66-yard pass to Richard Rodgers is the longest game-winning Hail Mary play in NFL history. 66 yards, huh? That’s impressive, I guess. If you’re the sort of person who is perfectly happy with playing on Earth…

In honor of the Super Bowl, the crew of the International Space Station decided to see how far a pass would travel in a zero-g environment. The result? Over 550,000 yards…as long as you take into account that the ISS orbits the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour. Okay, it might not be the most scientifically honest way of looking at it, but you have to admit, that football looks beautiful traveling through space in glorious 4K.

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