American startup will release a perfume with the smell of space


"We connected with Nasa to bring the world's first perfume, independently verified by actual astronauts, down to Earth".

Do you want to know what space smells like? And, not only that, but due to the excitement around the perfume, Richmond revealed to CNN that they are now looking into releasing a fragrance called "Smell of the Moon". According to CNN, Eau de Space was developed by Steve Pearce, a chemist and the founder of Omega Ingredients.

NASA added the smell of space in your workout in order for the astronauts were ready for any surprises in the open interstellar space.

On their website the company says: "Decades ago, Nasa contracted specialists to develop the "smell of space" to help train astronauts before launch into orbit".

A fragrance that smells like outer space may soon be made available to the general public.

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American startup will release a perfume with the smell of space

The project to launch Eau de Space has received more than $50,000 in contributions from across the country.

So what does space smell like?

According to a report inMetro, astronauts have described the smell of space as seared steak, raspberries, and rum as well. Although the article goes on to note that the smell may be caused by single oxygen atoms combining with O₂ upon cabin de-pressurization-O₃ is ozone and ozone has a particular smell.

Eau de Space product manager Matt Richmond hopes the fragrance will increase interest in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning. The Eau de Space team got its hands on the recipe - thanks to "determination, grit, a lot of luck, and a couple of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests". Are you desperate to have the scent of the cosmos all over you, or would you prefer to not smell like steak and gun powder?

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