Astronaut Demonstrates How He Makes A PB&J Sandwich In Space

When you're on the International Space Station, floating jars of peanut butter can be a job hazard.

It’s always nice to have a taste of home ― even when you’re 220 miles above Earth.

So it’s natural that NASA astronaut Robert Kimbrough might get a hankering for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich while orbiting around the planet on the International Space Station.

But as he demonstrates in the video above, making a sandwich in microgravity presents some challenges, such as those pesky floating jars of peanut butter.

Luckily, a little velcro goes a long way.

NASA via Storyful

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