Paolo Nespoli, an Italian astronaut and Europe's oldest space explorer (he's 60-years old), thanked his on team members on Earth for sending his crew pizza ingredients after he "casually mentioned" that he missed pizza.
When he mentioned how much he was missing his favourite food, head of the ISS program Kirk Shireman sent up a specially modified kit.
Judging by a pizza slowly floating by a camera on the International Space Station, it looks like somebody prefers extra pepperoni on their weightless pie.More news: House approves legislation to suspend U.S. aid to Palestinians
The first-ever pizza party in space is getting sky-high reviews. The astronauts had foundations for pizza, tomato sauce, cheese, salami, olives, olive oil, anchovy paste, and pesto. Nespoli, in orbit since July, declared the pizza "unexpectedly delicious".
"When you really, really miss pizza..."
Because everything in microgravity floats, the astronauts were careful to tether things down while slapping ingredients onto their pizza.More news: Floyd Mayweather Reveals He 'Carried Conor McGregor,' Rips Oscar De La Hoya
Tim Peake become the first Briton to walk in space and live on the International Space Station (ISS).
According to the crew, they "had a blast channeling our inner chef by building tasty pizzas for movie night".More news: Analyst Opinion Summary: Hibbett Sports, Inc. (HIBB), Express Scripts Holding Company (ESRX)
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