Ever wondered what it's like to work, eat, and -- um-- go to the bathroom in microgravity 230 miles above the Earth's surface?
Now's your chance to find out. A recently released video gives an MTV Cribs-style look inside the International Space Station (ISS). Your guide, Expedition 33 Commander Sunita Williams, gives an privileged peek inside the ISS, which features six bedroom cubbies, two baths, a gym, and an observation port--all crammed into 29,600 cubic feet.
The original video, filmed on Nov. 19 and posted to NASA's YouTube channel, shows where the astronauts work out, eat, and use the bathroom.
How do male and female astronauts relieve themselves in orbit? Have a look at 1:31 in the 'Cribs' version of the video, and you'll see it's a bit different than how things are done down here on Earth.
If the "toilet" isn't enough to sell you on life in microgravity, maybe the food is -- hanging plastic pouches inside the kitchen area contain all sorts of dried foods. They even have candy!
Williams, who holds the record for the longest time spent in space by a woman, seems pretty comfortable floating up there in her $100 billion crib. As the video ends, she shoots forward with arm outreached, saying "Like Superman!"
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