Astronaut Tim Peake shows the world how he makes coffee in space

Astronaut Tim Peake Shows the World How He Makes Coffee in Space
Astronaut Tim Peake Shows the World How He Makes Coffee in Space

British Astronaut Tim Peake showed the world how he achieves a normal task in extraordinary circumstances - making a cup of coffee in space.

The video was uploaded by the European Space Agency (ESA) onto social media Monday (January 18).

The video shows Peake removing a silver packet with the label "Coffee w/Cream & Sugar Substitute" from a box on the wall inside the International Space Station (ISS). He then attaches it to another machine that fills it with water.

Peake then explains that all he has to do is put a straw in and 'drink'.

Peake is spending six months in space as part of his Principia mission.

The "Principia" mission is Peake's opportunity to spend time on the ISS and run a range of experiments and test out multiple new technologies for future human exploration missions.

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