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Right now, discarded parts from old spacecraft, bags of pee, and dead probes are just floating around in space, but it doesn’t have to be like that. Let's take a look at some of the ways we've figured out to reduce, reuse, and recycle in space.

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Original Episodes:
That Time NASA Recycled a Mars Lander
https://youtu.be/3gEGqH5itVE
Turning Astronaut Pee Into Plastic
https://youtu.be/rmxIQcm6fqs
5 Spacecraft That Got a New Lease on Life
https://youtu.be/oAqhNmLmY7g
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