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The invention created by the student is called “BOXYGEN”. This invention has a size of 5cm wide x 10cm long x 5cm tall, therefore within the constraints of the challenge. The intended use of the project is to store a small amount of oxygen within the box in case of an emergency. This item has a great longevity because it can be refilled an infinite amount of times, all it needs is an airtight lid to keep the air in. The “BOXYGEN” meets the solution to the problem because it is an object that can be created with a 3D printer that is can be used by astronauts on the International Space Station.
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