Two things: 1. On the ISS there are 97% water reclamation systems some of the lost water ends up as vapor in the air damaging electrical circuitry and 2. That on Mars although ice exists on the poles of Mars, the issue is getting it into liquid form as once the ice becomes warm on these areas, it immediately evaporates explaining the large amount of water vapor in the Martian atmosphere. My tool uses a cold metal 3D printing material (steel and flexible nylon tube) to allow water to condense on the ISS (and put into reclamation system once collected). It also allows for tilt of the nylon tube. On places such as Mars, this device should be placed upside down so that ice will evaporate, into the and form icicles when cooling. Thank you.