Each diaper is brick-shaped and has 2 compartments. Front one: same material as current astronaut diaper. It collects urine and female waste; Behind one: same materials but thinner (give space for poop) and has sticky surface. Each diaper has 4 cords along 4 long edges. Diapers are connected by 4 cords like a necklace. It stays in a tube, inside which there are 4 tracks that hold diaper cords.
The before-duty tube compresses clean diapers to save space. The on-duty part has 2 openings. One for urine and female waste, the behind one is for poop.The after-duty part has 2 tracks fused together to seal the dirty diaper. The motor at the end of the tube pulls the diaper cords and a voice controlled switcher, which moves one diaper each time.
The fact that astronauts wearing diapers inspired my innovation of this Diaper Bullet Magazine. It will change diapers for astronauts. So they will have a dry butt when they are meeting with E.T.
someday, someone will create something based on my idea.
If you or your son or daughter will be an astronaut in the future, would you like him/her wearing a wet diaper out in the mission for 10 days? Surely not, why not use this simple product to change the dirty diapers? It is dark and lonely out in the space, but having some one change your diaper will make you feel warmer :)
It can also be modified for people who stay in wheel chair or in-bed patient. So they do not have to wear dirty diapers for hours before it get changed.