November 28 U.S. thanksgiving. And not only on Earth but in space. Astronauts on the International space station (ISS) told me what was their gala dinner.
As one of the astronauts when he thinks about thanksgiving, he remembers friends, family and food. Traditional food is an important part of this holiday. But at the height of 408 miles above the earth to get a whole Turkey or a bag of potatoes mildly difficult. So the astronauts eat all dishes — roast Turkey, corn bread, green beans, potatoes and macaroni and cheese — bags.
They also eat cranberry sauce out of the jar, like most of the Americans on the Ground.
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