Espresso

A Coffee Cup Designed to Let Astronauts 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 engineering who is leading the …

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Astronauts Not to Be Denied Espresso Buzz in Space
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Astronauts and other space travelers will now be able to enjoy a jolt of caffeine just the way they do at home thanks to a special cup made by researchers at Portland State University. The 3D printed espresso cup has been specially designed for low …

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Astronauts on the International Space Station Can Now Enjoy Espresso
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Espresso in Space A prototype of Lavazza's and Argotec's "ISSpresso" machine. The final version of the coffee machine will be the first real Italian espresso machine on The International Space Station, and will coincide with a six-month mission by …

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Italy's Space Program Brings Espresso to the International Space Station
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Part of an international crew that arrived on the Russian Soyuz craft, Cristoforetti, 37, also a captain in the Italian air force, "will be not only the first female astronaut from Italy to go into space, but also the very first astronaut in the …

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Espresso in space
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Italy is preparing to send an espresso machine to the ISS, and so a team of researchers crafted a special cup to allow astronauts to drink in space in a manner similar to the one experienced on Earth—by replacing the role of gravity with the forces of …

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Making gravity-free espresso in space really is rocket science
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Perhaps one of the last barriers to the human conquest of space has been removed; a space-rated espresso machine has now been delivered to the International Space Station (ISS). The device was made by two Turin-based companies, Lavazza Coffee and …

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