How to Cook Spinach In Space | Video

Canadian astronaut and ISS Commander Chris Hadfield shows how vacuum sealed dehydrated spinach is prepared to eat aboard the International Space Station. — Life in Space: Astronaut Chris Hadfield’s Video Guide:

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  1. I salute them living very far away from home doing it for science to learn more about the world for the nations sake living diffrently i really salute them

  2. May 23, 2018—Curious….being in zero gravity, is it harder to swallow food or water than it is on earth? Also, is all food up there soft? For example, do you get any whole fruit like an apple or orange or is everything already soften to make it easier to eat?

  3. we know how you do this shit, its the same fucking experiments / how toos since 1970+ ……….. we just going to keep showing how you cook all the same shit with water? yay big fucking deal… wheres the pod with hydroponics farm on it? wheres the station out of earths gravity well? wheres the moon base? wheres the mars station? wheres the mars base?   fucking spinach next up TANG 18 trillion dollars to go grow opium fields in Afghanistan and yet we have nothing real in space…. just this Disney shit.


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