SpaceX sent laundry soap to space station
Space-X was sent the laundry soap in a Christmas gift package to the astronauts at the International Space Station.
Space-X laundry soap
SpaceX sent laundry soap into space to help astronauts wash clothes. SpaceX sent out a Christmas gift package to the astronauts at the International Space Station on Wednesday. Laundry soap is also sent in gift items. This is part of an experiment to find out if laundry detergent, made by Proctor and Gamble, can effectively wash clothes in space.
The lives of those on the space station are very difficult. Astronauts have to be there for months to discover the mysteries and secrets of space. There they are, doing things like eating and sleeping will be different. Astronauts are unable to wash their clothes for a variety of reasons.
The laundry detergent was sent as part of an effort to wash the clothes they were wearing. Due to the lack of laundry facilities, NASA sends 72 kilograms of clothing annually to astronauts to the space station. Therefore, laundry detergent has been sent to the space station to facilitate astronauts to do laundry.
NASA has partnered with Procter & Gamble to produce laundry soap in space. The method of washing in space can be developed by experiments to be performed using soaps specially prepared for the space company.
Most of the equipment for the final stage test at the space station is already on the International Space Station. The rest of the items are also shipped with the Christmas gift package currently being shipped.
If you start to make long journeys in space, it is necessary to wash clothes. At present, if the experiment is successful, it will help to successfully complete long missions to Mars in the future.