Space water treatments
Space water treatments

Space water treatments

Space water treatments Water procedures at the International Space Station (ISS) are not at all like most people on Earth do. There is no shower and sink, but you have to squeeze out water … from special bags and tubes. A simple brushing of teeth, not to mention shaving, washing your hair and body, is very funny for the viewer, but the astronauts are forced to do these procedures over and over again. Astronaut of the European Space Agency (ESA) Tim Peak demonstrated how cleanliness is maintained in zero gravity. And Italian Samantha Cristoforetti presented a more detailed report, telling about all the nuances of hygiene on the ISS.

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