22 Apr '15, 7pm

coffee

since March of this year as the station’s operations chief, taking part of a special yearlong mission. Earlier today, he tweeted this incredible photo of espresso from the end of a straw forming a perfect ball in the absence of gravity. (The ISS crew must be enjoying their new space-compatible espresso machine !) The water used for the espresso machine comes from the ISS’s water and urine recycling system, which allows for “yesterday’s coffee to become today’s coffee.”

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2015/04/22/check-out-astronaut...

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