NASA has invited the public to share a virtual dinner with the final shuttle space crew on July 14 on Thursday.

Food scientists at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston prepared the special All-American Meal for the STS-135 shuttle crew, as the iconic American
spacecraft makes its last voyage.

The four shuttle astronauts, and possibly the six International Space Station crew members, will take part in All-American Meal on the fifth day of the STS-135
mission.

It's a great opportunity to share the mission with the public, Kylie Clem, NASA spokesperson, said.

NASA food scientist will prepare the meal including grilled chicken, barbecue brisket and baked beans and southwestern corn at home using NASA's recipes.

Since the mission is in July, we thought it would be fun to have a typical summer meal often enjoyed in our backyards with friends and family, Michele Perchonok,

NASA food scientist and manager of the shuttle food system said.

More than 180 different kinds of fruit drink NASA's food and drink scientists have served to it’s the crew members till now.