A space drink is a drink that is specifically formulated for use in space. It can be anything from water to tea to a coffee, and is usually stored in pouches that have straws built in to them.
What is the space inspired drink?
The first space drink was Tang, a powdered orange drink mix that NASA sent into space with astronaut John Glenn in 1962. It became a must-have onboard to keep Glenn and his fellow astronauts hydrated.
As we all know, drinking water in space is a difficult process because it will float away from the container in a no-gravity environment. This can cause problems when sucking liquid out of a pouch, so astronauts have to use a special pouch that has a straw inside it.
This method can be a little annoying, but it does help to prevent liquid from spilling everywhere in space. It also makes it easier to suck out the liquid without any waste.
There is a special zero-gravity coffee cup that can be used in space to make espressos and other hot drinks. This design was inspired by the way fluids act in microgravity.
The cup, which is also called the ISSpresso, is made from a machine that heats up water and makes coffee using under-pressure. It has to be sucked into a plastic bag and then refilled at the station’s water stations, but this system solves the problem of a gravity-free coffee cup by using a scientific design.