International Space Station Crew Makes Pizza In Orbit

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And it turns out that the microbes on board the International Space Station look more like what you'd find in your living room than what you would find on a human body.

"Since the ISS is completely enclosed, the microbes inside the station come from the people on the ISS and the supplies sent to them", Coil said.

The ingredients were delivered to the spacecraft after Italian Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli "casually mentioned" how much he missed pizza.

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Included on the craft were prepackaged crusts, a squeeze bottle full of pizza sauce, spreadable cheese and toppings including olives and pepperoni. The video footage of the crew the pizzas from floating in weightlessness ingredients gained in popularity. Nespoli, in orbit since July, declared the pizza "unexpectedly delicious".

Project MERCCURI (Microbial Ecology Research Combining Citizen and University Researchers on ISS) collected samples from 15 locations on the ISS. No need to worry about putting the pizza down in between bites - it just floats there.

The International Space teems with more than 12,000 different species of bacteria - and that's a good thing. Today he has safely returned to Earth.

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According to the crew, they "had a blast channeling our inner chef by building tasty pizzas for movie night".

In a study published Tuesday in the journal PeerJ, a team of scientists presents an overview of groups of microorganisms that share a common living space, known as microbial communities, aboard the ISS.

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