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The international space station's lone toilet is broken, leaving the crew with almost nowhere to go. So NASA may order an in-orbit plumbing service call when space shuttle Discovery visits next week.
Until then, the three-man crew will have to make do with a jury-rigged system when they need to urinate.
NASA has made a last-minute change to its cargo aboard the space shuttle Discovery on Thursday, swapping 16 kilograms of equipment for something far more pressing: a toilet pump.
A lone NASA employee carried the pump on a commercial flight from Russia to Florida, arriving on Wednesday night, NASA said.
If I was up there, I would have done the Caddy Shack joke -- release a Baby Ruth candy bar and enjoy the show.