78 Kg Of Trash Was Dropped From The International Space Station
Since there are trash trucks nowhere in space, NASA and the space startup Nanoracks
In a significant waste management technology test, the International Space Station
The commercial Bishop Airlock of the station is where the bag was launched.
The workers crammed a waste container resembling a bag inside the air lock
172 pounds of filthy garments, foam, packing materials, used office supplies
Jonathan McDowell tweeted, "This is the first use of an airlock trash bag ejection device on the ISS.”
According to McDowell's archives, a similar jettison last occurred in September 1996