When you really, really miss pizza... you CASUALLY mention it to the International @Space_Station? "Since the ISS is completely enclosed, the microbes inside the station come from the people on the ISS and the supplies sent to them". The astronauts had foundations for pizza, tomato sauce, cheese, salami, olives, olive oil, anchovy paste, and pesto. The video footage of the crew the pizzas from floating in weightlessness ingredients gained in popularity.
You might not immediately find yourself comparing the International Space Station with your lounge room, but it turns out that the triumph of cutting-edge engineering and international goodwill has a lot in common with the place you eat chips and fall asleep - at a microbiological level, at least.
"Thank you Kirk for surprising us with unexpectedly delicious pizzas".
"Learning more about the microbial inhabitants of the "buildings" in which we travel through space will take on increasing importance, as plans for human exploration continue, with the possibility of colonization of other planets and moons", the authors write in the abstract of their paper, published in the journal PeerJ. No need to worry about putting the pizza down in between bites - it just floats there. Despite its remote location, thousands of species live on the space station. Today he has safely returned to Earth.
Nespoli and Bresnik are members of the Expedition 53 team, a collection of astronauts aboard the space station studying things like cosmic rays, the production of fiber optic material in space, and how space affects rodents' bodies.