An informative and creative trip into lunar geology using a very special cheesecake recipe in the context of ESA’s Moon Bread recipe challenge. Planetary scientist and ESA Young Graduate Trainee Xiaochen Zhang explains how the Moon formed and evolved using live baking examples.
ESA invites all bakers to try out a special banana bread recipe that contains the main chemical elements found on the Moon. The social media initiative is set to heat up ovens across Europe in the countdown to the first Artemis mission to lunar orbit – one that gets its temperature and power under control by the European Service Module.
More information about the contest: https://blogs.esa.int/exploration/bake-the-moon/
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