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Toilets in space are a bit more complicated than those on Earth. Don DeBold via Wikipedia

How do astronauts go to the bathroom in space?

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.
Experiments performed in microgravity – like this one in the International Space Station by astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti – can give us data not able to be gathered on Earth. NASA

To carve out a niche in space industries, Australia should focus on microgravity research rockets

On Earth the flame from a struck match looks like an inverted teardrop shape and is orange. In microgravity, that same flame is spherical and blue. Heat transfer is different with minimal gravity.
Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield on the International Space Station in 2012. NASA

What happens to the brain in zero gravity?

New research has uncovered exactly what happens to the brain when astronauts are in space.

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