CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s first new space potty in decades is getting a not-so-dry run at the International Space Station before flying to the moon.

The $23 million titanium toilet is packed inside a cargo ship that was supposed to blast off late Thursday from Virginia. But the launch was aborted with just two minutes remaining in the countdown.

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What makes this new toilet so special is its compact size — it’s barely 100 pounds.

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It’s also better suited for women.

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Space station astronauts will try out the new toilet for a few months before it’s open for regular business.