NASA have released a video filmed in UHD 4K resolution of their astronauts working, eating and living on the ISS. The video highlights that the food they’re eating is the first ever space grown food they’ve eaten and in this case happening to be some red romaine lettuce which happens to taste like the arugula which just happens to be AKA “rocket salad” apparently according to astronaut Scott Kelly. You can watch the astronauts aboard the ISS going about eating their healthy, zero-g grown lettuce. It might not be your usual rocket launch or space walk video but its still a good cause to show how we are taking more and more steps closer to leaving the Earth and living in deep space full time by being able to grow our own food in spaces zero gravity which would be vital for long term missions which could take many years to complete. Sure it’s only a lettuce, it’s not like they’ve discovered a way to teleport or 3D print complex technical nanobots on the fly from moon dust but it is a sign of things to come.