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UAE astronaut makes honey sandwich aboard ISS, savours it later

UAE astronaut prepares a honey sandwich on board the International Space Station and enjoys it later When a UAE astronaut posted this video, someone commented, “I love watching how fluids behave in microgravity. ”

A stunning video from space was posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) by UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi, who is serving a six-month mission at the International Space Station (ISS). He may be seen enjoying a piece of bread with some honey in the video.

Ever wonder how honey develops in space? I occasionally eat some Emirati honey that is still in my possession. Honey has various advantages, notably for astronauts’ health, stated UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi in a video he shared on X.

The astronaut is shown in the opening of the video squeezing a lot of honey out of a bottle while holding a piece of bread on top of it. The honey sticks to the bread and forms a ball because to the microgravity. The honey is then uniformly distributed on the bread by shaking it, and Al Neyadi skillfully folds the slice in half before taking a gratifying bite.

See the video that Sultan Al Neyadi posted below:

Since being shared on August 20, the video has received over 1.5 lakh views, and the figure keeps rising. Even more people flocked to the tweet’s comments area to express their opinions.

People’s reactions to the astronaut enjoying honey on bread were as follows:

It is interesting how it assumes the shape of a ball although there is no gravity, a Twitter user commented.

One more said, “A question. If there are breadcrumbs lying about, is it a problem?

A third said, “I adore observing how fluids behave in microgravity.

Fourteen people commented, “That would be my go-to snack in space.”

Does eating food feel any different now that we’re under gravity? asked a fifth.

Sixth participant: “What I’m seeing is that in space I can just leave my stuff anywhere and it’s cool.”