NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party at International Space Station

Updated On : 05 Dec,2017 ,19:36 PM
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
Paolo Nespoli, the Italian Space Agency astronaut and his group are on cloud nine as their first-ever pizza party in space is doing rounds on social networking sites with a bunch of sky-high reviews from across the globe. It was Paolo who was missing his much favourite food pizza since past 100 days and NASA's Kirk Shireman, the manager of the ISS program had made all possible arrangements in order to throw a grand bash for Nespoli. Nespoli is all set to land in Kazakhstan on December 14.
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
Paolo and party further took to social media sites and shared some of those breath-taking moments from their out of the ordinary, exciting, and floating pizza party over the weekend.
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
At present the batch is on a commercial supply ship and pulled out the flatbread, tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni, olives, olive oil, anchovy paste and pesto in order to celebrate the first ever cosmic pizza party with much fervour and zeal.
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
Apart from Nespoli, NASA's Randy Bresnik shared his joy on Twitter while letting those floating pies spin around in microgravity for fun. They used scissors to slice the pies.
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
According to the crew: they "Had a blast channeling our inner chef by building tasty pizzas for movie night."
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
After craving for his much-loved pizza slices for past 100 days, Paolo Nespoli finally declared the pizza 'unexpectedly delicious'.
NASA astronauts have a ball in space with first ever floating Pizza Party
Paolo Nespoli, NASA's Randy Bresnik and party enjoyed the floating pizzas at the International Space Station.