No pictures since I'm on a flight, but about an hour ago Dextre removed STP-H5 from ELC-1 to free up a slot for AWE.
Andreas Mogensen@Astro_AndreasToday is World Toilet day, which celebrate and highlights the throne that we all sit on every day. And if you have ever wondered how going to the toilet works on the International @Space_Station, I have made a little video explaining the procedure that is needed to go number 1 and 2 on the toilet up here. Having a functioning toilet in space reminds me that not all are fortunate enough in the world to have access to such a luxury or even clean water. One of the upcoming technology demonstrations I will do is with Aquamembrane-3 from which will test an updated version of the same technology that I tested on my first mission in 2015. By using proteins in the membrane, it creates clean water from waste water and could hopefully find use in areas on Earth where clean water is scarce. https://twitter.com/Astro_Andreas/status/1726193244415938654
Also earlier today, the JEM RMS picked up the Small Fine Arm, but I didn't see if it did anything with it, since SSRMS is kind of in the way.
On Nov. 10, the International Space Station’s Zvezda service module engines were fired for five minutes and 16 seconds
Quote from: ddspaceman on 11/13/2023 06:30 pmOn Nov. 10, the International Space Station’s Zvezda service module engines were fired for five minutes and 16 secondsI hope they didn't ! Poor little Progress MS-24...