If we love to gather around a good meal on the ground to share a moment of joy, on the moon, it's another pair of sleeves. Already because weightlessness sits around the table is an impossible mission, but also because in space food is one of the biggest challenges facing astronauts.
In 1969, during the mission of Apollo XI, Neale Amstring and Buzz Aldrin, however, had to maintain themselves in order to maintain their strength and fulfill their mission, which lasted for 159 hours, 18 minutes and 35 seconds (on the Moon is 21 hours and 26 minutes). And if these two legends have a whole bunch of food, there is no home appliance on their ship, as this is too dangerous. To forget about hot meals and many sequential menus, it was mostly a breakfast to keep them, as reported by LCI.
Two meals per mission
Bacon is one of the first dishes to try on the moon. The first meal, before putting a foot on the moon, really consists of four squares of bacon, peaches, biscuits, all accompanied by pineapple and grapefruit, and coffee.
After returning from their expedition, they placed the dishes in large dishes as they tasted beef stew, chicken soup in the form of cream, four pieces of candied fruit cake, grape juice and pressed orange. And if that's not enough, NASA is also provided a whole bunch of snacks, including four bags of dried fruit, eight chocolate bars, bread or ham salad.
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