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Russian Crew of the ISS to Get New Meals. / September 2, 2010 /

Food rations for the Russian crew of the International Space Station will become more varied next year. IBMP official told Izvesia that the Institute prepares 16-day rations to replace 10-day ones.
The rations are set up on the basis of scientific calculations for calories and micro-elements required for humans during long-term space missions.
The menu includes dehydrated soups, meat and fish dishes, desserts, sweets, etc. Each cosmonaut feels a special polling list, to make it possible for the experts to define individual rations.

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