NASA Turns To Tide To Help Clean Astronaut Clothing

Astronaut Peggy Whitson exercises on the Space Station in 2002.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—Procter and Gamble is working with NASA to develop a space version of its Tide detergent to clean the clothing and fabrics of astronauts assigned to future missions to the Moon and Mars that could double as a more environmentally friendly cleanser for use on Earth. Astronauts currently...

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