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|Cozmosis22||"Prototype Wash Water Renovation System" designed and built for NASA during the 1980s. It is a large (and heavy) full size unit from back when the space agency was contemplating onboard astronaut water filtration for extended stay shuttle missions. |
Came from a GSA auction and has been in safe storage for many years. After the Challenger accident the "long duration shuttle missions" plan was terminated. It has all the appropriate paperwork. It lights up when plugged in; and as built it is currently wired for standard 110volt power source.
Am posting here at cS for a while before going elsewhere. Note, this unflown prototype is a one-of-a-kind device and part of the once-grand plans NASA had for the reusable Space Transportation System.
|Cozmosis22||This 1980's prototype device is still available. Any opinions regarding the relative value or perceived relevance of this hardware artifact would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.|
|pupnik||A very cool item but one I doubt I could make a realistic offer on, much less make a good guess on its value due to how unique it is. There's just nothing else to really compare its value to. |
|liftoff||Could you please send me your e-mail address? firstname.lastname@example.org|
Originally posted by liftoff:
Could you please send me your e-mail address?
|Cozmosis22||This closed-loop water purification gizmo is still available. |
Will let this prototype environment-friendly water-recycling invention go for a mere $400K, or best offer. Have been unable to confirm; but am guessing that it originally cost NASA well into seven digits.
Thanks in advance and happy collecting everyone!
|Cozmosis22||This rare research item is still available. |
These are the exact physical dimensions.
...as noted in the unit's "Operation & Maintenance Manual."
|Cozmosis22||This unique gizmo is looking for a new home. Make an offer.|
Will provide free secure delivery anywhere in the continental U.S.