NASA Astronauts Throw Zero-Gravity Pizza Party for Space Station Movie Night

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It's not delivery — it's a pizza party in space.

Without a Domino's convenient to their orbit 250 miles above the earth, residents of the International Space Station took matters into their own hands for a recent movie night.

"Our Expedition 53 crew had a blast channeling our inner chef by building tasty pizzas for movie night. Team skills come in handy when your food floats," NASA Astronaut Randy "Komrade" Bresnik joked in a Facebook post with video of the rare moment of fun Saturday.

Members of the Expedition 53 crew are seen making their own personal pizzas in a NASA video that showcases the personal tastes of each.

One astronaut's pizza is topped with olives and anchovies, while another's is classic pepperoni. Others chose a combination of both.

So whose was best? Bresnick says they were all good:

"Flying Saucers of the edible kind. Pizza Pie created from scratch, the IPDS (Intergalactic Pizza Devouring Squad) says 12 thumbs up!"


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