What space smells like? Today Nasa wants to answer this question, and bring our senses where once we could only imagine. Eau de Space, created by the chemist of the Omega Ingredients, Steve Pearce, under the suggestions of many astronauts, synthesize the smell of ozone, hot metal, burned meat, rum and raspberry. The fragrance took years of research and work to deliver the most accurate representation. “It’s a strong and unique smell that goes beyond anything I ever smelled on earth,” tells the NASA’s astronaut Tony Antonelli. And Pearce condensed everything into a rectangular glass bottle, with a white tag that features a stylized astronaut with his spacial suit.
Eau de Space is available for 35$ (including shipping cost and a donation of a second bottle to the K-12 STEM program). The product will be a limited edition so hurry up!