A lamb chop has become the first lamb chop to fly in space. We Are Social in London looks at how social media has taken to this phenomenon by storm.
This week, novelist Nikesh Shukla and We Are Social creative Nick Hearne have been winning the internet with their footage of a lamb chop in space. Here, Nick gives us an insight into the highs and lows involved when sending meat into orbit.
Ever had a crazy conversation in a pub and then end up three months later standing in a field at dawn launching a tandoori lamb chop into space? I have.
In June 2014 we ‘borrowed’ a fork from We Are Social’s kitchen and sent a Tayyabs lamb chop into space to promote Nikesh Shukla’s new novel ‘Meatspace’ (get it? Meat. Space. The book has nothing to do with sending meat into space!)
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