Do astronauts drink their pee
But before his minute historic flight, Shepard would sit through five hours of delays — and he really had to go to the bathroom. NASA officials weren't prepared for this situation. But eventually, launch control had no choice but to let him to go. But space waste continued the plague the agency. Cooper's flight was not an easy one.
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Yip-pee! Astros Turn Urine Into Drinking Water
On the Moon, Astronaut Pee Will Be a Hot Commodity | WIRED
American and Russian astronauts use separate water filtration systems on ISS, as Nasa astronauts also collect Russian urine when available to increase supply. Condensate is the collected breath and sweat of the crew, shower runoff, and urine from animals on board the station. Specifically, 12 mice that came with the Japanese cargo ship, the Kounotori 5 or White Stork, that successfully docked on Monday. Ninety-three percent of all the water on board is reclaimed, according to a video posted by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield while he was on the space station in
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The Scoop on Space Poop: How Astronauts Go Potty
On Wednesday, Hugo Award-winning science fiction author Mary Robinette Kowal described i n the New York Times how the moon mission was "designed by men, for men," leading to a long legacy of gender exclusion NASA will have to overcome in order to send the first woman to the moon—a stated goal of the space administration's Project Artemis, which will "return astronauts to the lunar surface by Despite multiple women applicants passing astronaut assessment protocols during Project Mercury, by , NASA explicitly discouraged women from becoming astronauts, citing not just "physical characteristics," but also "the degree of scientific and flight training" required. It's a legacy that continues into the modern space program.
I'm going to come right out and say that I'm relieved that I will never be an astronaut, because there are a lot of unexpectedly gross things about living in space. Don't get me wrong — space exploration is awesome, and NASA is the coolest. Sure, there are things about space exploration that sound truly amazing, like seeing 16 sunsets a day , or getting to chill in zero gravity. But while space is exciting and fascinating, actually going to space and living there seems like the most difficult, grossest thing ever. I have a lot of respect for the astronauts who train tirelessly before strapping themselves into a rocket and hurtling out of our atmosphere.
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