Espresso

Space Is Finally Civilized: The International Space Station Is Getting Espresso
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Mead also opined about the need to rid space travel of sexism in her little-known column in Redbook during the 1960s and 1970s, but this line of hers is often quoted by professional and amateur space geeks alike to describe the sense of technological …

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Astronauts Are Getting a Fancy New Espresso Machine
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But, writing about the machine last year, the Space.com journalist Elizabeth Howell noted that very little else about the mechanism is the same. We also have very little idea as to how some of the ISSpresso's internal mechanisms work. An Argotec …

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International Space Station getting espresso machine
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The experimental, NASA-approved “ISSpresso” machine — built to pump the dark elixir craved by the globe-circling Samantha Cristoforetti in zero gravity — is a joint venture between engineering company Argotec in Turin and the Italian Space Agency.

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Caffeine High: Space station getting Italian espresso maker, Italian astronaut …
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This undated product image made from video provided by Lavazza shows a prototype of Lavazza and Argotec's "ISSpresso" machine. The final version will be the first real Italian espresso machine on The International Space Station. On Monday, April 13, …

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Rocket Fuel: How Astronauts Sip Espresso on the International Space Station
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No group of people live harder and more intimately with this truth than the long-serving crews of astro- and cosmonauts, the expeditionary campers-in-the-stars who man the International Space Station. A salute, then, first, to them and their tough-as …

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A coffee cup to sip espresso in space
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It sounds simple enough, but designing a cup for space requires a deep understanding of how fluids move in low gravity. "We're geeks, and we make spacecraft fluid systems," says Mark Weislogel, a professor of mechanical and mechanical engineering who …

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