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They also are flame-resistant and anti-static, not to mention comfortable and stylish.

Japan develops odour-free underwear for astronaut to test in space.

Koichi Wakata, the first Japanese astronaut to live on the International Space Station, is testing the clothes, called J-ware and created by textile experts at Japan Women's University in Tokyo.

"He can wear his trunks (underwear) more than a week," said Koji Yanagawa, an official with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency.
Which leads us to question, but would he want to?

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