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How do astronauts go to the bathroom in space?

By Tracy K.P. Gregg, Associate Professor of Geology, University at Buffalo
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Going to the bathroom is much more complicated in space without any gravity. To solve this problem of tricky orbital potty breaks, NASA builds special toilets that work without gravity.

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