Steve Pearce, a former NASA chemist, once helped recreate the smell of outer space to help train astronauts before orbit. Now, he wants to let everyone know what outer space smells like, thus “Eau de Space” was created. This project took him around four-years and the scent of space has been described as bitter as well as a bit smoky, similar to a gunshot. Read more for a video and additional information.
Astronauts have described the smell as a combination of gunpowder, seared steak, raspberries, and rum. In other words, it’s a scent that can be notoriously difficult to describe, and has to be experienced firsthand. The company hopes that its launch will one day lead to an increased interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) for students grades K-12. More information here.
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We’ve partnered with the best perfumers in the world and secured the rights to launch this product exclusively. Our team consists of top Fashion, Tech, Design, and Logistics experience–all with a desire to increase STEM through experiential education. Eau de Space is our first avenue we are exploring,” said its creator.