NASA Giving Out Space Food (Plus Shipping)
How many FOODBEAST readers wanted to grow up to be an astronaut? For some, the dream is a little closer than they realize, at least when it comes to eating like an astronaut.
According to an LA Times blog, NASA will be giving away some 350 dehydrated meals to cities and schools, which includes: an entrée, a dessert, and a drink, bit will cost $28.03 after shipping and handling.
Steven J. Kempf, commissioner of the General Service Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service, states, “Not only are we preserving a critical part of our nation’s history, but we are reusing government property in an unexpected way by giving these NASA artifacts a second life in our nation’s schools.”
The packages of food are considered to be a consolation for some cities that were not fortunate enough to land a space shuttle after losing out to Los Angeles. NASA advises that these meals are “not for consumption” and are purely for historical value. Still, It would be pretty cool to own some space meatloaf. Even if you can’t eat it.
(Photo Credit: NASA Images)
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