Neil DeGrasse Tyson Explains How To Have Sex In Space Using Straps

Posted: Nov 21 2015, 11:00am CST | by , in News | Latest Science News

Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains How to Have Sex in Space Using Straps
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  • Astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson to cameo on ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’!

Recently Tyson also schooled a fan on how to be physically intimate in space using straps.

One of the world's most renowned astrophysicists Neil deGrasse Tyson is all set for his TV cameo. Tyson will dole out an astronomy lesson or two at Brooklyn's 99th police precinct. Tyson is slated to star in a cameo role on the Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine show.

Tyson will be guest-starring on as himself on the show. Actors Terry Crews and Chelsea Peretti will star alongside Tyson in the episode. Tyson will be enlisted by Sergeant Jeffords to help Gina study for her astronomy exam. The episode featuring Tyson will air Fox on the 6th of December.

Other than being a renowned astrophysicist, hosting a TV show and making cameos Tyson also keeps his fans informed. Recently a fan asked Tyson how being physically intimate in space would be like.

Tyson had a ready answer but it is not for the light hearted. Tyson shared in space they would need straps and some people are fully equipped for the eventuality. Tyson posted his reply in a video clip posted on YouTube on the 16th of November.

According to Tyson attempting to get physical in zero gravity would require something to hold on to. As weightlessness causes objects to repel each other and the other person might float away. So the solution is to bring a lot of leather belts to keep things strapped down.

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