Astronauts have held the first ever pizza party in space!

Olive Hawkins
December 6, 2017

After craving for his much-loved pizza slices for past 100 days, Paolo Nespoli finally declared the pizza "unexpectedly delicious".

When he mentioned how much he was missing his favourite food, head of the ISS program Kirk Shireman sent up a specially modified kit.

The crew used a variety of ingredients: flatbread, tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni, olives, olive oil, anchovy paste and pesto.

NASA posted a video of Saturday's pizza party.

He said: "When you really, really miss pizza..."

You can't exactly order pizza in orbit - so the crew of the International Space Station made some from scratch.

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"When you really, really miss pizza..."

When eating at the International Space Station (ISS), you have a lot of limited options.

These astronauts already sacrifice a lot and now they're having to eat pizza without its most important ingredient. Today he has safely returned to Earth.

"Our Expedition 53 crew had a blast channeling our inner chef by building #tasty pizzas for movie night", NASA astronaut Bresnik tweeted on December 2.

Not the first time Italian astronaut prepares in the conditions of weightlessness.

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