Breakfast in weightlessness: our man in space needs a strong stomach!

ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer (51) is on the International Space Station ISS (name of the mission: “Cosmic Kiss”) for six months – and tweets more and more photos from his everyday space life. Latest post: two pictures that show the native Saarlander having breakfast.

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By the way, there was blueberry compote with a pastry crust to eat on board the ISS on Tuesday. Maurer wrote: “A good breakfast is just as important in space as it is on earth. It just can’t fly away. “

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Background: On November 11th, the German ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer (51) took off into space with SpaceX. The Saarlander is to oversee more than 35 medical and material science experiments on board the ISS.

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