I kid you not.
Here's the scoop and some snippets from today's story on Space.com:
Martha Stewart Makes Orbital Call to Space Crew
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) sought a few pointers from domestic diva Martha Stewart Monday on how best to make their orbital laboratory a bit more like home.
“It’s really an honor and a privilege to be up here,” NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, an Expedition 14 flight engineer aboard the ISS, told Stewart during a Monday chat via video link broadcast on NASA TV [image]. “But if you’ve got any tips on how we could fix up the place of make some better meals, we’re welcome to that.” ...
Stewart, who experienced a brief taste of weightlessness during a Zero G flight last year, discussed everything from food to science to laundry with Williams and Lopez-Alegria to get a sense of life in Earth orbit [image].
“Who washes your clothes?” Stewart asked.
"Nobody," Lopez Alegria replied ...
Read on to find out the REAL TRUTH ABOUT LAUNDRY IN SPACE!!
And to think I wanted to make the trek to the ISS.
Tuesday, January 23, 2007