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NASA astronaut explains science behind Angry Birds Space game from space station

An online video has been created to promote the release of Angry Birds Space, featuring the science of the new game displayed in real life, in Zero Gravity, on a NASA space station.

The video which features NASA astronaut Don Pettit on the space station ISS, is currently running on the Angry Birds Space website, which is counting down to 22 March, when the game will be released on iOS, Android, PC and Mac.

Pettit uses an Angry Birds toy, a green balloon and two eggs in an effort to highlight how the new game will work, based around zero gravity rules.

The footage, sponsored by Sansung Galaxy Note is also premiers exclusive content from the game, shown at this year's SXSW in Austin Texas, and included specially branded levels that will feature within the game.

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