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A NASA astronaut who spent 665 days circling the planet reveals the misery of going to the bathroom in space

Business Insider Saturday, 26 May 2018
A NASA astronaut who spent 665 days circling the planet reveals the misery of going to the bathroom in space· *NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has logged a whopping 665 days in space.*
· *That's an American record, and it's more time in space than just about anyone else on Earth can claim (aside from seven Russian cosmonauts.) *
· *She's hit her "radiation limit" she says, and won't be headed back to the International Space Station...
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