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The Water Cycle Lisa Brown Aerospace Education Specialist Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas The Water Cycle Lisa Brown Aerospace Education Specialist Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas

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What do we use water for? • • • Drinking Shower/Wash Brush Teeth Laundry What do we use water for? • • • Drinking Shower/Wash Brush Teeth Laundry Toilet Cleaning

How do we get water in space? We take it! How do we get water in space? We take it!

Water Recycling on ISS Water Recycling on ISS

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– This is a close-up view of the Environmental Control and Life Support System – This is a close-up view of the Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS) Water Recovery System (WRS) racks. The WRS provides clean water through the reclamation of wastewaters, including water obtained from the Space Shuttle’s fuel cells, crewmember urine, used hand wash and oral hygiene water, cabin humidity condensate, and extravehicular activity (EVA) wastes.

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Acids and Bases » An acid is any of a class of substances that Acids and Bases » An acid is any of a class of substances that yields hydrogen ions (H+) when dissolved in water. The greater the concentration of hydrogen ions produced, the more acidic the substance is. Acids are characterized by a sour taste and the ability to react with bases and certain metals to form salts. » A base is any of a class of substances that yields hydroxide ions (OH-) when dissolved in water. The greater the concentration of hydroxide ions produced, the more basic the substance is. Bases are characterized by a bitter taste, a slippery feel, and the ability to react with acids to form salts.

What is p. H? Test p. H using litmus paper, p. H paper, or What is p. H? Test p. H using litmus paper, p. H paper, or a p. H sensor.

Conductivity • Dissolved ions. Disassociation Conductivity • Dissolved ions. Disassociation

Conductivity Conductivity

Team Jobs • Principal Investigator • Materials Engineer • Cap. Com • PAO Team Jobs • Principal Investigator • Materials Engineer • Cap. Com • PAO

The Challenge • Briefly design and draw Budget = $50 mil dollars your filtration The Challenge • Briefly design and draw Budget = $50 mil dollars your filtration device Cotton balls = $1 mil each that will yield the purest water. Coffee Filters = $5 mil each • Predict what will Activated Carbon = $15 mil happen. for bag • Build your filtration Macaroni = $10 mil for bag system. Sand = $10 mil for bag • Test systems. • Redesign & repeat Cheese cloth = $5 million • Report results. Rice = $10 mil for bag

So what does all that stuff do? • Activated carbon – used to remove So what does all that stuff do? • Activated carbon – used to remove organic containments responsible for taste, odor, color, and clarity problems; remove chlorine and particulates • Sand – natural filter materials; acts as a strainer and traps particulates; aka mechanical or physical filtration • Cotton balls, coffee filters, cheese cloth – traps particulates; absorb water – ions, color, clarity • Macaroni & rice – absorbs; raises p. H because of Carbohydrates