1. Fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, another first in space  CNN
  2. Gravitas: How Astronauts made cookies in Space?  WION
  3. Houston, we have a bake-off! We finally know what happens when you bake cookies in space  Space.com
  4. Space to Ground: Upgrading the Station: 01/24/2020  NASA Johnson
  5. What is the Probability of a Huge Civilization-Ending Asteroid Impact?  Interesting Engineering
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Some researchers claim we are overdue a large asteroid impact.Some researchers claim we are overdue a large asteroid impact.

What is the Probability of a Huge World-Ending Asteroid Impact?

It turns out that, even in space, freshly baked chocolate-chip cookies smell incredible.Behold, the first space-baked cookies!

We finally know what happens when you bake cookies in space | Space

“I have an important announcement. The first chocolate chip cookie🍪 has been baked in space. Well done @nasa & @esa. Actually, it wasn't well done, the first one was a bit doughy. @astro_luca was able to get a good one after a couple of tries though. https://t.co/vOZVZYQN7P”

Smarter Every Day on Twitter: "I have an important announcement. The first chocolate chip cookie🍪 has been baked in space. Well done @nasa & @esa. Actually, it wasn't well done, the first one was a bit doughy. @astro_luca was able to get a good one after a couple of tries though. https://t.co/vOZVZYQN7P… https://t.co/bSyYkaD1B5"

Update, January 24, 2020: We have a bit more information this week about the five chocolate chip cookies fished out of the Pacific Ocean after they parachuted back down from outer space earlier this month. Per the Associated Press, the cookies have now been removed from the SpaceX capsule that sent them back to Earth from the International Space Station along with 3,800 pounds of space gear. The cookies have been whisked off to a lab near Houston, where they remain frozen.Update, January 24, 2020: We have a bit more information this week about the five chocolate chip cookies fished out of the Pacific Ocean after they parachuted back down from outer space earlier this month. Per the Associated Press, the cookies have now been removed from the SpaceX capsule that sent them back to Earth from the International Space Station along with 3,800 pounds of space gear. The cookies have been whisked off to a lab near Houston, where they remain frozen.

Space cookies appear normal, might be delicious? [Updated]

Astronauts on the International Space Station have baked the first cookies in space, but they took far longer than on Earth.Astronauts on the International Space Station have baked the first cookies in space, but they took far longer than on Earth.

Astronauts Bake First Cookies In Space But It Took Longer Than On Earth

Astronauts have baked the first ever cookies made in space. The cookies, the first known food baked in space from raw ingredients, don't look especially alien: they were chocolate chip and emerged as normal from their special oven. But they did take longer than expected. They needed to cook for two hours on the International Space Station, compared with less than 20 minutes onAstronauts have baked the first ever cookies made in space. The cookies, the first known food baked in space from raw ingredients, don't look especially alien: they were chocolate chip and emerged as

Astronauts bake space’s first ever cookies – and are surprised by how long it takes | The Independent

They were cooked in a special oven at the International Space Station - but are yet to be tasted.They were cooked in a special oven at the International Space Station - but are yet to be tasted.

Space cookies: First food baked in space by astronauts - BBC News

One of the coolest things about being chosen for a mission to the International Space Station is that you get to carry out experiments that show just how different life in space is when compared to Earth. 

Astronauts baked cookies in space and it took forever

Cookies take around 15-20 minutes to bake on Earth but the astronauts discovered that their most successful efforts required at least two hours in spaceCookies take around 15-20 minutes to bake on Earth but the astronauts discovered that their most successful efforts required at least two hours in space

WATCH: Here is how the first cookie was baked in space