The other day, Web Watch had the privilege of having dinner with a former NASA engineer, and as is often the case with this gentleman, the inevitable topic of using the bathroom in the confines of the Space Shuttle or the International Space Station came up.
Not by us, of course. He was the one to first broach the subject, which we found a little odd, especially over dinner.
Continue reading PEEING IN SPACE, REVISITED: HOW URINE MAY POWER SPACE FLIGHT
Dream Space Bathroom
It’s probably the single most frequently asked question at NASA and of all astronauts: HOW DO YOU GO TO THE BATHROOM IN SPACE?
Well, lucky for us, National Geographic has been able to go “behind the scenes” for us to get this video of exactly what the astronauts do to train how to use the anti-gravity space toilet. Continue reading THERE IS NO JOY IN USING A SPACE TOILET IN ANTI-GRAVITY
There are some people who say that women shouldn’t be astronauts.
It really doesn’t matter who those idiots are, because we have people like Dr William Rowe, and his website FEMALES IN SPACE, which offers many scientific and medical reasons why women are superior astronaut material. Continue reading SHOULD WOMEN BE ASTRONAUTS? SURE — JUST BE SURE TO DRINK THEIR PEE