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This container, known as the A-T cup, is designed to be able to hold liquids in zero-gravity without having its contents spilling out. The design incorporates airtight seals and a handle for ease of transportation. The interior is completely hollowed out, including the cone, allowing for the maximum amount of volume for the given size of the container. A rubber seal is situated at the opening at the top of the container, ensuring a perfect fit of the cap every time. The shape of the cone restricts the amount of liquid that can leave the container through the opening, and thus, preventing large amounts of liquids to float away when the cap isn’t present. This container is primarily designed to be a drinking mug, but can also be used to store other liquids that are needed for experiments. It provides full isolation from the environment outside of the container, ensuring the consistency of the liquids stored within.
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