How Do You Go To The Bathroom In Space?

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Tom Doherty Associates, Sep 30, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 224 pages
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Have you ever wondered what it's really like for an astronaut in outer space? From the exciting moments to the day-to-day details, from the serious to the humorous, you'll find answers to every question you've ever had about living in space!

What does it feel like to be weightless? Would a sneeze propel you backward? What happens to your body in space? And, most importantly, how do you go to the bathroom in space?

Find out the answers from the astronaut who for more than a decade held the world record for the number of days spent living in space!

To take advantage of the renewed interest in space travel, thanks to the success of Packing for Mars, this re-release of the bestseller (with over a quarter million copies in print) features a fresh look, dozens of authentic NASA photographs, and an introduction by John Glenn.

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Interesting content. Some of it is getting a little dated, but still very interesting. Read full review

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While this book resembles a book for adults and can be found in the adult non-fiction section, it is aimed toward students. Mind you, I did find a lot of useful information for the story I'm writing ... Read full review

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COLONEL WILLIAM R. POGUE flew for the USAF Thunderbirds and was a test pilot for both the United States Air Force and the British Royal Air Force before his selection as an astronaut in 1966. He served in the Support Crew of the Apollo 7 and Apollo 11 missions, and was the pilot for Skylab 4, the final Skylab mission. Until recently, he held the record for the longest time spent living in space: eighty-four days.

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