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Dangerous Wasabi Tube Sequestered on ISS

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Dangerous Wasabi Tube Sequestered on ISS

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Dangerous Wasabi Tube Sequestered on ISS

Dangerous Wasabi Tube Sequestered on ISS

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Astronauts on the International Space Station found themselves wiping wasabi off the walls recently after flight engineer Sunita Williams tried to make some space sushi. The astronauts are allowed several bonus packs of their favorite foods to ease the boredom of months of military-issue meals.

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