Elon Musk's SpaceX sent a special installment to the International Space Station, which has come to an end for Christmas. In addition to the usual scientific devices and supplies, the shipment of this month's load will also include Christmas dinner, packed and launched into spacecraft drawer to the ISS astronauts.
The festive meal will be a traditional Christmas dinner, including smoked turkey, marshy sauce, candlechairs and even the unexpected fruit. The transfer should arrive at a time, however, the NASA had to postpone the launch of the mission after one day after the pink food was discovered last minute in the cargo.
Last month, the NASA officially set the date for the SpaceX Crew Dragon's first test flight.