Astronauts ready to depart the International Space Station as early as this weekend will have to wear diapers on the way home because of their capsule has a broken toilet.
The journey home is likely to take up to 20 hours.
The crew for this mission, known as Crew-2, has been at the International Space Station since April, and have spent nearly 200 days in space. “It’s been a very, very intense mission, a lot of things have happened,” said expedition commander and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet
Russian vehicles that sent the station into brief spins, and hosted a Russian film crew – a space station first.