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NASA's new $23 million titanium space toilet getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon

NASA's first new space potty in decades is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before flying to the moon.

NASA's new $23 million toilet is heading up to the space station'>International Space Station soon. It'll be tested by astronauts there before being used in the capsules that will carry astronauts to the moon in a few years.

NASA’s first new space potty in decades — a $23 million titanium toilet better suited for women — is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon.

NASA’s first new space potty in decades — a $23 million titanium toilet better suited for women — is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon.

NASA’s first new space potty in decades — a $23 million titanium toilet better suited for women — is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon.

NASA’s first new space potty in decades — a $23 million titanium toilet better suited for women — is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon.

Space station residents will test the first new space potty in decades — a $23 million titanium toilet.

Space station residents will test out the new toilet for a few months. If the shakedown goes well, it'll be open for regular business. 🚽

NASA’s $23 million titanium toilet better suited for women is getting a not-so-dry run at the space station'>International Space Station before eventually flying to the moon.

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Docking confirmed – Crew Dragon has arrived at the @space_station !

Separation confirmed. Dragon performing 4 departure burns to move away from the @Space_Station 

Crew Dragon has separated from Falcon 9’s second stage and is on its way to the space station'>International Space Station with @Astro_Behnken  and @AstroDoug ! Autonomous docking at the @Space_Station  will occur at ~10:30 a.m. EDT tomorrow, May 31

Head on view of the space station from the @SpaceX  #CrewDragon  less than 150 meters away.

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Docking confirmed! @AstroBehnken  and @Astro_Doug  officially docked to the @Space_Station  at 10:16am ET:

There may be no better view of Earth than from the International Space Station. In honor of #EarthDay , enjoy these photos taken by from 250 miles above our home planet. You can search astronaut photography here: . #PictureEarth 

The @Space_Station  is circling Earth at 25 times the speed of sound

For the last few months I've been obsessed with the international space station ! Like a geek! Just stood in the garden,and seen it fly over

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