Houston. For the first time astronauts have made cookies, chocolate and chips at the International Space Station (ISS). They were last sent to the special ISS in December to cook there. This oven works in zero gravity. It took two hours longer to cook cookies than on Earth. It has been used by the Italian astronaut Lusa Paramitano. He has prepared 5 cookies by cooking the dough of raw food material made by Hilton Hotel in the oven. Cookies are similar to cookies made on earth. But the taste of their taste has not been known.
In December, Lisa Parmitano did the baking of cookies. They baked five cookies one by one. It took 25 minutes to bake the first cookies. Baked it at 300 Fahrenheit. However, the results did not come true. Baking the second-third cookies took twice as long as the first and that too was not fully baked. Then the fourth-fifth cookies were baked properly.