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The Cookies will be taken to the final frontier.
NASA has sent a zero-gravity oven) for use on the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday in order to help the astronauts to make a “common and widely consumed foods in the area, including the chocolate-chip cookies, and more.
The furnace uses electric heat, similar to a toaster, the purpose is to assist the astronauts to learn about the effects of zero gravity and extremely high temperatures have on the shape and the consistency of the cookies.
The famous DoubleTree by Hilton chocolate chip cookie is the very first food cooked in a job. Credit: DoubleTree by Hilton
NASA’S EYES, PLUTO MISSION
“The Zero-G of the Oven to examine the heat transfer characteristics and the process of cooking food in microgravity,” NASA said in a statement on its website. With the oven at a temperature of 363.3 ° c (685.94 F), the space agency added.
The dough was supplied by the Hilton DoubleTree hotel, which will send a tweet about it, it’s sweet and delicious, mission. Hilton said it will work in conjunction with the Zero-G in the Kitchen, a company that makes equipment for microgravity utilization in long-duration space flights,” according to a press release.
“Hilton has long been an industry innovator, and we are celebrating in our 100th year, we are pleased to send you our hospitality and get a job,” said senior vice president and global brand head, DoubleTree by Hilton, Shawn McAteer, in a statement. “The simple gesture of a warm Cookie welcome, it is one of our favorite Moments and guests all over the world, and now we can share a moment of hospitality, as part of an experiment aboard the International Space Station.”
NASA added that, in the presence of freshly-baked food can have psychological and physiological benefits for the members of the crew,” the future of long-duration missions.
The whole of the 8,200-pound shipment, which is also part of the Museum and a jacket in order to protect them from radiation, it is expected that the international space station is currently home to three Americans, two Russians and an Italian, on a Monday.
Maybe the Cookie Monster will soon be joining them.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.