Commander Tim Peake, the British astronaut, arrived at the International Space Station on Tuesday.
And, as any good Briton would do, once he arrived, he ate a bacon sandwich.
In space you can't cook on a hob, because a frying pan would just float off. Instead they have "food warmers", which look a bit like sandwich toasters.
Peake, having had his bacon sandwich, then continued on his British theme with a nice cup of tea.
For extra Britishness points, he has also been chatting away with the Queen…
…and Elton John.
Peake says that the tea on the ISS is "surprisingly good", despite it not being made with boiling water – the ISS's water heaters only heat water to 87°C. He uses one pouch as a teapot and decants it into another.
He said during his first press conference from the ISS: "The tea question is very important… I was delighted. I’m enjoying my tea up here."
Tom Chivers is a science writer for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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