"Non-Smelly, Super Underpants in Space" Watch

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A Japanese astronaut has been sent to space to test new state-of-the-art underwear he will have to wear for seven days.
Koichi Wakata arrived at the space station earlier this week and is about to trial the pants that reduce the smells in normal clothing, absorb sweat and provide insulation.

The underwear, developed by Japanese researchers, are made of antibacterial polymers and are fire-resistant.

Astronauts normally change their clothes every three days. :eek:
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making them "fire-resistant" was probably a good thing. lol
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