Ever thought it was possible to make pizza in zero gravity? Well, a video released by NASA's Johnson Space Center on Saturday showed astronauts working together to make pizzas in the zero gravity atmosphere aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

According to a report by Digital Trends, Paolo Nespoli, an Italian astronaut who is currently at ISS as part of Expedition 53, reportedly told his boss, ISS manager Kirk A. Shireman, during a live-stream that he missed having a pizza. To his surprise, Shireman got the ingredients needed to make the pizza delivered to the station, and within hours Nespoli was having the food he was craving for.

A fellow crew member uploaded a minute-long video of the pizza's assembly process. The video starts by showing the members aboard the station applying the base ingredients i.e. the pizza sauces on the breads, before wrapping them in foil to be heated up. 

They then cut the pizzas and ate them. One of the astronauts was seen tossing the pizza into the air while another caught it with his forks. The video also showed the astronauts passing around the spherical pizzas to each other by just pushing them through the zero gravity atmosphere.

Another astronaut Randy Bresnik also posted pictures of the pizza making process on Twitter on Saturday, calling themselves the "Intergalactic Pizza Devouring Squad" or IPDS.

This is not the first time a video of something being prepared in space stations has been released for public viewing. Former ISS astronaut Tim Peake had earlier posted a video showing how to make coffee during his six-month tenure aboard the ISS. In space, the coffee comes in a silver container as it is impossible to pour coffee grains, just as it is impossible to boil the water for the coffee. In the video, Peake showed how he placed the coffee package inside a machine after which he added hot water. The video also showed Peake drinking the coffee using a straw.