NASA’s New $23 Million Space Toilet Ready to Launch

NASA's New $23 Million Space Toilet Ready to Launch

NASA opens a new space toilet International space station Next week, astronauts can test before being used for future missions to the Moon or Mars.

The $23 million toilet system Universal waste management system (UWMS) is 65% smaller, 40% lighter and able to support a larger crew than the toilets currently in use by the space station. The toilet is launched into the space station. Take the Northrop Grumman Cygnus Cargo Capsule September 29 as part of a routine resupply mission.

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