And after all, why not. A Turkish “kebab” from the Adana region has set itself a particularly daring challenge: sending a kebab into space, details Paris. This crazy project is also a way to give a nod to the first spaceflight in history with a human on board, on April 12, 1961, on board Yuri Gagarin. This time the crew is much smaller. Not in calories but in weight. Yasir Aydin put on a polystyrene tray a skewer bearing the state emblem, which was widely exported to the four corners of the world.
Everything was housed in a box designed to withstand the harsh conditions of space, including a camera and GPS so you could monitor the kebab’s flight. The Huffington Post It also provides for a Turkish flag to be attached. “I decided to send a kebab dish into space because I wanted to be the first,” he explained. Chances are already, but the restorer got some help carrying out this experiment. “I called an airline, and they said they could take care of it. So we did it together!”
Unfortunately for him, after several hours of flying, at an altitude of 35 to 40 kilometers, the helium balloon that contained the dish exploded. The package ran aground in the Mediterranean, about 120 kilometers from where it took off. However, the Huffington Post reported that Yasir Aydin and his friends were able to poach the pack, which was still edible. Not making it into space, it’s a good consolation prize…
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