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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

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One small pee for mankind

Space - A long range camera fixed to the Rosetta craft's Philae Lander has snapped Buzz Aldrin on board the ISS taking a surreptitious dump.

NASA's famous spaceman and his pal Neil Armstrong were captured peeing out of the ISS saloon bar porthole following an evening's zero gravity beer drinking.

The ten foot urine stream was later videoed heading downwind towards the planet Uranus thanks to high tech wizardry of the Rosetta Orbiter's subspace hyperlink.

It is the first time that the Philae Lander's camera has been able to spring into action following a six month hibernation period on the dark side of the moon.

Originally programmed to observe and film chunks of the dirty ice that forms Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko the Philae Lander's software may have been hacked according to worried NASA geeks.

Alternatively a malfunction caused by solar wind downdraughts may have corrupted part of its sophisticated motherboard.

Commenting on the pictures' transmission the head of NASA urology said, "I thought Buzz Aldrin died years ago?"

Yuri Gagarin is 109.

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