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Food on the Fly - STEM in 30 - Season 10 - Episode 1
What does an olive have to do with an airline’s budget? What do onions and apples have in common? Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: “In science, and especially in chemistry, careful weighing and measuring are important for reproducible results. If someone cannot reproduce your results, there is little point in doing the experiment.” - Culinary Reactions, Simon Quellen Field I need to eat, you need to eat - we all need to eat. In this episode we’ll explore how the simple act of eating, under certain circumstances, can become complicated. We might even dive into some recipes of our own. For more information about how to use this resource in your classroom please visit our Teacher Tips page that includes standards, classroom activities, and additional resources. Food on the Fly Teacher Tips: This episode includes: The Olive Problem: The History of Space Food: The History of Airline Food: Astronaut Taste Test: DC Central Kitchen: Cookies from Space: STEM in 30 is a free educational series for kids produced by the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. We cover all the cool, fun, and weird ways that aviation and spaceflight touch our lives. Check out more episodes: Follow STEM in 30 on Facebook: Follow STEM in 30 on Twitter: This episode is made possible by the generous support of Boeing, Hexcel and Safran. #Food #AirlineFood #NASA #Airlines #Cooking #LessonPlans
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26 min 40 sec
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