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Editor-In-Chief: Laurie Schechter
c. 2002 . . .
All RIghts Reserved.

Parmigiano - Reggiano Cheese packets for Space travel compliments of The Italian Trade
Commission. At right: actual size next to a pen cap. Say cheese, please ...

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If in Outer Space and you want to smile
say: T-o-t-a-l-l-y. If you're in Outer Space
and you are hungry say "cheese", please.
Spring 2002
The Fashion Well

Take A Look
For A Look Around
RED Links Are Hot !
Stay Tuned. There Is
Much more in the
arena of
what happens next !
Music Credit:
Free To Change
Your Mind
Regency Buck
DreamWorks Records

International Space Station.
photos courtsey of www.NASA.gov
Mike J. Bloomfield
at the International
Station. April 2002
Ellen Ochoa
and
Steven L. Smith
Yes ...you get The Munchies in outer space too.
Imagine ... Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese in outer space ???
It's true. It is the first time a food entirely identical to the
one made and eaten on Earth - not expressly studied and
designed for space nutrition - has been given a permanent
and significant place in the food supply of a space station.
It has no additives
or preservatives ...
and it tastes good
according to the
astronauts who
have eaten it.
Photos at top, left
and right -- are
the actual cheese
packets for Space.
Hey Steve -- What happens if we run out ?
The store is not just a walk around the block !
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