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NASA wants the astronauts to bake cookies while in space. Know about it

The new space-cooking adventure may be coming true, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 

A cargo craft that took off from Virginia with a space oven has been named as “Zero-G Oven, “which has been reported to carry baking ingredients along with it. 

However, NASA has explained that they have not gone crazy, and it has been done solely as an experiment measure. 

They have brought about several objectives, the first one being, whether an oven, which has been designed for microgravity, on the International Space Station. 

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The oven has been introduced to explore whether there are any chances of baking fresh meals when the environment supports only microgravity. Further, the process regarding the escape of heat, and cooling of the space will also be brought to the surface through the research. 

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