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Dirty laundry in space? NASA, Tide tackle cleaning challenge

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By MARCIA DUNN

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How interesting. A company on Earth has been marketing a clothes washing system that supposedly allows one to wash clothes in cold water with no detergent that they claim was developed for the International Space Station.

https://www.aeruswater.com/laundry-systems/

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Just wait until a couple decides to get frisky! How will they clean THAT up!

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Just wait until a couple decides to get frisky! How will they clean THAT up!

Swallow.

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This is essential. People have been living in space for longer periods of time and one day in the far future humanity will have to evacuate the dying planet Earth.

And why not having tide work with NASA on this problem? Space travel has already improved our lives technology wise in so many ways. Microwave ovens, Tang, etc.

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