Astronauts urine clogs space station water recycler

NASA is finding it is not just mechanical glitches that make the International Space Station a tough place to operate.  Engineers trouble-shooting a problem with the station’s $250 million water recycling system, which processes urine into clean water for drinking, believe the cause is a high concentration of calcium in the astronauts’ urine, which clogs the system. [MORE]

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