The astronauts made a pizza in zero gravity aboard space station

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Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli told his boss about how much he missed the circular goodness and what do you know, they were able to get the ingredients to make the savory dish. He mentioned that he was really missing his favourite food Pizza, so NASA made a decision to send him up the ingredients.

When he mentioned how much he was missing his favourite food, head of the ISS program Kirk Shireman sent up a specially modified kit.

An awesome new NASA video shows the space station's six Expedition 53 crewmembers getting set for "movie night" by (what else) making out-of-this-world pizzas!

The members of the crew of the worldwide space station (ISS) has prepared a pizza in zero gravity.

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The crew used a variety of ingredients: flatbread, tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni, olives, olive oil, anchovy paste and pesto.

Nespoli called the pizza "unexpectedly delicious". In one scene, a crew member gently floats a pizza to his colleague who catches it without any of the toppings spilling.

Tim Peake become the first Briton to walk in space and live on the International Space Station (ISS).

Not the first time Italian astronaut prepares in the conditions of weightlessness.

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