In a partnership with the Japanese billionaire, Yasaku Maezawa, Uber Eats made its first fast-food delivery to space on December 11, which took 8 hours and 34 minutes to reach its destination after travelling 248 miles.

Uber eats becomes the first fast food delivery service on Earth to deliver food to the space, which makes them quite ‘out of the world’ service provider.
In a partnership with the Japanese billionaire, Yasaku Maezawa, Uber Eats made its first fast-food delivery to space on December 11, which took 8 hours and 34 minutes to reach its destination after travelling 248 miles. The historic successful delivery of the eatable contents to the astronauts was announced by Uber Eats through a 25 second video that was shared by the company. In the video, Yasaku is seen entering the space through a portal with an uber food delivery bag and delivering it to an astronaut, describing how Uber Eats has covered all the limits of the distance and has made out of the world deliveries possible.

Yasaku Maezawa, who is a fashion tycoon and also a space tourist, delivered the food to the astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS). Maezawa left for his ISS mission on December 8, for a period of 12 days. Yasaku Maezawa travelled to an outer space in a Soyuz spacecraft for the mission. At an altitude of 400 kilometers, the space station is orbiting the earth to serve as a space exploration for new technological advances. It’s a home for the crew of astronauts and cosmonauts, for whom uber eats made this special delivery.

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It’s a home for the crew of astronauts and cosmonauts, for whom uber eats made this special delivery.

Uber eats is an online food delivery platform that was founded in the year 2014 by the Uber group. The app allows its customers to view menus and reviews of the foods they want to order. With this food delivery to the space, Uber has gained the appreciation for the same and this will help the company to boost the business.

Uber eats also revealed the contents of the food delivery through a release. Mentioning the meal as a ‘welcome break’ for the astronauts from the standard space, the food items that were sent included boiled mackerel in miso, beef bowl cooked in sweet sauce, simmered chicken with bamboo shoots, and braised pork. Interestingly, Uber Eats gave a special
discount offer in the form of promocode as ‘SPACEFOOD’, in order to celebrate the distance between Earth and space. The offer was made valid from December 13 th -19 th for the first 24,800 people.
Yasaku Maezawa documented the whole experience of the 12-days trip to the space and shared the videos on his YouTube channel. After coming back from the ISS mission on Monday, said that the trip was too short and he would have loved to stay there for one more week. Mentioning the reason he said, that it takes 3-4 days to adapt to the nature of zero-gravity and then you are left with just a week. Yasaku went to the space with and his assistant and producer Yozo Hirano and Russian cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin. Maezawa has also made the news that he will be buying the seats on the SpaceX aircraft’s first flight to the moon and the flight is scheduled in the year 2023.

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Maezawa has also made the news that he will be buying the seats on the SpaceX aircraft’s first flight to the moon and the flight is scheduled in the year 2023.

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