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Bottled space fragrance created by ex-NASA genius



IF you’ve ever wondered what space smells like then this new perfume might just provide the answer.

It’s being created as part of a Kickstarter project with the help of an ex NASA scientist.

The fragrance is called ‘Eau de Space’.

According to CNN, product manager Matt Richmond revealed it’s been developed by chemist Steve Pearce who previously worked for NASA.

The fragrance is called ‘Eau de Space’.

According to CNN, product manager Matt Richmond revealed it’s been developed by chemist Steve Pearce who previously worked for NASA.

Pearce was contracted by NASA in 2008 to work on a space smell project that could help with the training of future astronauts.

He relied on notes from astronauts that had been in space and reported that the ozone smells bitter, smoky and even like fried steak, rum and raspberries.

Astronauts have reported experiencing a peculiar space smell when they remove their helmets after a spacewalk.

A lot of them report a meaty-metallic smell.

The smell of rum and raspberries has previously been connected to the chemical compound ethyl formate, which was found in a vast dust cloud at the centre of our galaxy.

It’s the same chemical responsible for the flavor of raspberries and it smells a bit like rum.

The people behind Eau de Space hope that it will increase interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

The Kickstarter states: “Decades ago, NASA contracted specialists to developed the “smell of space” to help train astronauts before launch into orbit.

“NASA’s goal of simulating Space during training is to eliminate any surprises Astronauts might experience in Outer Space.

“Practice makes perfect, and it is Rocket Science. The Smell of Space has been locked behind “Need to Know”, Astronaut only field training, and Red Tape for years.

“Through shear determination, grit, a lot of luck, and a couple of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, we got it out.”

The initial goal for the project was to raise $1965.

It’s since smashed that record with $241,842 worth of donations and 5,822 backers at the time of writing.

Backers are asked to pledge $29 to receive a four ounce bottle and donate another to a school STEM project.


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