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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by mrmedina, Sep 14, 2015.
I think I have seen that. Some nights he poops a lot. It goes on for hours and hours.
Only .5 lb of poop/day? I thought it would be more. I read an article a couple weeks ago about the pee recycling in the space station. Both Russia and US recycle collected sweat but by different methods and only the US recycles pee and even takes some from the Russians.
So...astronaut crap dusts are on all of our heads.
Wonder how it's collected in zero gravity, especially diarrhea. What a mess that could make!
Having to wade through poop is the only thing that is keeping aliens from invading earth.
I think the toilet has some suction.
So .... orbiting nuts and bolts aren't the only 'space debris' you have to worry about ....
Space toilet maker motto: "It may be **** to you, but it's bread & butter to us !"
The moisture must be extracted first, somehow.
Oh great, Just what they need up there; dried turds flying around at 25,000 mph. Hate to get hit with one of those.
I am fairly confident that I could produce a load that the Russians would think was an incoming ICBM MIRV warhead that could spark WWIII
Once again, GlockTalk has given me waaay too much information.
They recycle it
" it's PEOPLE !
Does poop in space smell?
Apparently it does as she suggested she needed to turn on the suction to keep the odor down. I'll bet I could get everyone in U.S. side of the space station to go to the Russian side for an hour.
I think in the old days it involved holding a plastic bag to capture the waste. NASA did not talk about it much back then.
Suctioning your ass hole, what could go wrong there?