A space toilet specially designed for women has landed on the international space station recently, foreign media reported. The new toilet is in a cargo ship that was successfully launched from NASA’s Wallace Flight Center on Wallace Island, Virginia, on Friday night and arrived on Monday. Astronauts will test the toilet in the next few months. < / P > < p > it is understood that the new toilet weighs about 100 pounds (45 kg) and is 28 inches (71 cm) high, about half of the two Russian made toilets already in use on the space station. The new toilet is 65% smaller and nearly half lighter than the one currently used by ISS. < / P > < p > this new, smaller toilet will fit into NASA’s Orion capsule, which will travel to the moon on future missions. In a new video released by NASA on Tuesday, astronaut Chris Cassidy shows viewers around the waste disposal and toilet (WHC) and explains more about the feeling of going to the toilet in space. “Eager to go, need to go, just like on earth. You just know you have to go. It doesn’t feel any different because the fluid may float in your bladder or elsewhere. No, it’s as like as two peas. ” < p > < p > the microgravity toilet used on ISS uses suction to prevent excreta from overflowing when going to the toilet in space, but in order to better adapt to the body structure of women, the new system adopts a new shape. Toilets are also more suitable for collecting excreta than before. < p > < p > NASA reported in a report released in June this year that, compared with the previous toilets, the new toilets are smaller in weight, simpler to use, and improve the comfort and performance of users, and urine can be safely disposed of by spacecraft recycling systems. < / P > < p > the toilet will be placed in a compartment next to the old toilet on the US side of the space station. The toilet on the U.S. side of the space station was designed in the 1990s. Global Tech