DIY Podcast: Recycling Audio Clips Transcript

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    1-a. NASA microbiologist Monsi Roman introduces herself.
    Duration: 18 seconds
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    2-a. Monsi Roman explains the International Space Station’s Environmental Control and Life Support System.
    Duration: 1 minute 20 seconds
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    3-a. Monsi Roman explains some of the benefits of recycling on the space station.
    Duration: 1 minute 51 seconds
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    4-a. Monsi Roman explains where the Environmental Control and Life Support System obtains water to recycle.
    Duration: 49 seconds
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    5-a. Monsi Roman explains how people on Earth have been drinking recycled water since birth.
    Duration: 30 seconds
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    6-a. Astronaut Mike Fincke explains how the carbon dioxide removal assembly removes astronauts' exhaled carbon dioxide from the space station's air.
    Duration: 41 seconds
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    7-a. Monsi Roman explains that Earth has a carbon dioxide removal system.
    Duration: 36 seconds
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    8-a. Monsi Roman explains that volunteers on Earth donated urine and sweat to test the system that would recycle water on the space station.
    Duration: 1 minutes 7 seconds
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    9-a. Monsi Roman explains how condensation sweat was collected on Earth to test the water processor assembly.
    Duration: 31 seconds
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    10-a. Monsi Roman describes how recycled water was taste-tested before the recycling process was used on the space station.
    Duration: 1 minute 6 seconds
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    11-a. Astronaut Mike Barratt of the space station's Expedition 19 crew gives a speech as the crew takes the first sip of recycled water.
    Duration: 48 seconds
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    12-a. Expedition 19 space station crew members share a toast with mission control while tasting the first sip of recycled water.
    Duration: 26 seconds
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    13-a. The Expedition 19 space station crew members say they will be reusing the same coffee again and again.
    Duration: 6 seconds
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    14-a. Monsi Roman explains that what NASA learns about recycling on the space station will allow humans to travel farther into space.
    Duration: 55 seconds
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    15-a. Astronaut Mike Fincke tells what happens to waste paper, food and solid human waste.
    Duration: 1minute 16 seconds
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    16-a. An interviewer at NASA reads the ingredients of water that was purified during the water processor testing stage.
    Duration: 18 seconds
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