Spacewalking astronauts capture space in a Dildo!

Two astronauts working outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday collected an unusual souvenir of their spacewalk: a bottle full of space.

Spacewalkers Stephen Bowen and Alvin Drew opened and ‘filled’ a Japanese-designed metal cylinder with space, or rather the vacuum of outer space, and then sealed it to be brought back to Earth with space shuttle Discovery.

“Houston, if you agree, we’re going to let Steve head back to the airlock and then we will be ready for… Message in a Bottle!” radioed spacewalk coordinator Nicole Stott as she began playing back a recording of the song “Message in a Bottle” by The Police.

“There is no message in there,” said Wheelock. “They are going to encourage people — when this goes on tour — to approach this glass-enclosed bottle of space and write whatever message they would put in there to deliver to the rest of the universe.”

Those crazy Japanese

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