There is a lot of talk about Chandrayaan-3's explorations and amazing voyage as it orbits the moon's south pole. But have you ever considered what astronauts consume when in space? They are after all a crucial component of the mission. To view the details, tap next.
From corn chowder to tuna salad, there are more nutritious foods than one might think. Tap next to see the information.
According to sources, John Glenn was the first person to dine in space; he did so in 1962 and consumed applesauce, which he said went down fairly well.
The astronauts on the Project Mercury and Gemini missions consumed pureed meals that were squeezed out through tubes.
Experts claim that astronauts require more calcium to make up for bone loss while in orbit. A low-sodium diet also aids in slowing the process.
According to a prominent website, the Apollo 8 crew dined on thermostabilized turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce on Christmas Day 1968.
In the past, astronauts have also liked fortified fruit strips, rehydratable drinks, and ham-and-salad sandwiches.
The astronauts can choose from 185 different menu items in NASA's culinary laboratory.
Sandra Magnus, a NASA astronaut and part of the ISS crew, made the first attempt to prepare food in space in 2008. According to reports, she spent more than an hour cooking onions and garlic in the area.
She made a unique supper that contained tuna that was mesquite grilled and marinated in lemon, garlic, and ginger.