How do you make scrambled eggs in space?

February 1, 2016

Ever wondered how they eat breakfast in space?

Well, British astronaut, Tim Peake, has revealed how he makes scrambled eggs for breakfast.

Tim is currently spending six months on the International Space Station.

The video below shows him cooking a breakfast of scrambled eggs in the space lab.

The process for making the eggs seems pretty easy, you just add warm water and they fluff up.

He Tweeted: “Not quite as good as at home, but they are definitely scrambled! Space scrambled eggs.”

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That's SO cool!! I wonder if they have candy floss......


thats cool! how would they eat it if its floating around though?


Haha, space bacon anyone? 🙂


Loved the article