In space, cookies must be baked in a silicon packet. A filter lets steam out and keeps crumbs in. (AP)
Astronaut Luca Parmitano watches food packages float freely in the International Space Station. (NASA)
The Zero G Oven is an insulated tube. It keeps heat from escaping. (AP)
Zero G Kitchen co-founders Ian and Jordana Fichtenbaum (left) talk about how to bake the first cookie in space. (AP)
Astronauts on the Space Station want fresh baked food.
The Zero G Kitchen Space Oven is ready! A rocket will carry it into space this year.
Astronauts could be baking cookies soon!