Paolo Nespoli, an Italian astronaut who's now orbiting our planet aboard the International Space Station, missed pizza so much that he boldly brought it up to his boss during a live streamed public event.
This pizza party was star-studded.
Preparing any food in the zero-gravity conditions of space is hard, but some foods would seem to be far trickier than others.
Regardless of taste, there's no doubt that making pizza is definitely more entertaining after you leave the planet.
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Now NASA has released a video showing the crew aboard the International Space Station tucking into their treats.
As he explained in a recent tweet, he was "really, really" missing pizza, so he "CASUALLY" [his all caps] mentioned it to his boss during a live public event.
Like is it really a pizza without cheese?
You can't just grate parmesan over your slice because - based on our understanding of space formed from that episode of The Simpsons - that stuff would go everywhere.
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It shows astronauts playfully using the lack of gravity to spin the pizza on their fingers and pass them in front of the camera.
We're guessing that has something to do with the sauce, which seems to be acting as some kind of flavourful adhesive.
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