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Nautilus-X, NASA’s Cancelled Interplanetary Shuttle

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One of the most tiresomely common questions I’ve seen astronauts field during live streams from the ISS, usually to school children is “where does your poop go?” That’s not what this article is about however. The second most common question is “Why doesn’t NASA just put engines on the ISS so you can fly it to other planets in the solar system?”




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