Among the latest recruits to the International Space Station’s (ISS) growing cadre of commercial users is plumbing manufacturer Delta Faucet, which plans to study water droplet formation in microgravity. But don’t expect any TV commercials for new showerheads to feature footage from the orbital outpost. NASA has long banned advertising and promotion from its list of acceptable ISS activities, a practice it traces to annual appropriations acts and fiscal policies set by the ...


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