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BREAKING 1:45pm 6-4-08 Troubles Flushed Out at Space Station - Astronauts Fix Potty Problem
The problem according to the CNN story, was confined to the urine side of the commode -- that forced the orbiting outpost's crew of an American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts to flush manually with extra water several times a day.
Space shuttle Discovery brought up a new pump for the toilet, as well as the space station's newest room, a $1 billion Japanese lab.
The toilet worked normally. It transports urine via air flow to the pump, which separates the gas and liquid.
While Kononenko fixed the toilet, other members of the shuttle and space station crews were busy making power, data, air and water connections on the newly installed lab, named Kibo, which means hope in Japanese.
Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide installed the 37-foot lab on Tuesday, just as two crewmates were completing a spacewalk.
He used the space station's robot arm to nudge the bus-sized lab into place.
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