Did Usain Bolt win the space race?

Paris (AFP) Sept 12, 2018 Future space tourists may be able to toast the view from orbit with fine champagne, after designers came up with a high-tech bottle made for knocking back bubbly in zero gravity. The Mumm champagne house teamed up with designer Octave de Gaulle, who has specialised in conceiving of everyday objects for the final frontier, to develop the space-age bottles. Journalists from several countri

Did Usain Bolt win the space race?

Retired sprinter Usain Bolt took part in a zero gravity race as part of a champagne promotion.

Thu 13 Sep 18 from BBC News

Champagne in space: Zero-G bottle lets tourists drink bubbly

Future space tourists may be able to toast the view from orbit with fine champagne, after designers came up with a high-tech bottle made for knocking back bubbly in zero gravity.

Wed 12 Sep 18 from Phys.org

Champagne in space: Zero-G bottle lets tourists drink bubbly, Wed 12 Sep 18 from SpaceDaily

Usain Bolt is still the fastest human, even in zero gravity - CNET

The famous sprinter beat out an experienced astronaut.

Thu 13 Sep 18 from CNET

Bubbling Bolt toasts zero-gravity with champagne

Usain Bolt sprinted through thin air and sipped champagne floating on his back as he enjoyed near zero-gravity conditions in an aircraft performing stomach-lurching parabola dives.

Thu 13 Sep 18 from Reuters

Usain Bolt toasts zero-gravity with champagne

Usain Bolt on Wednesday sprinted through thin air and sipped champagne floating on his back as he enjoyed near zero-gravity conditions in the back of an aircraft performing stomach-lurching ...

Wed 12 Sep 18 from Reuters

Toast to Space Travel With Zero-Gravity Champagne

Space tourism just got a lot fancier. Champagne* house G.H. Mumm teamed with design agency Spade to create a zero gravity-friendly bottle of bubbly. A “groundbreaking feat of technology,” ...

Wed 12 Sep 18 from Geek.com

Space age bottle of luxury Mann Champagne is made for wealthy tourists in orbit

The champagne is being testing during an Airbus A300 Zero-G flight from Reims, in the heart of France's Champagne country.

Wed 12 Sep 18 from Daily Mail

You Can Drink Champagne in Space—Yes, Really

Champagne maker Mumm is testing a piston-activated bottle on zero-G flights.

Wed 12 Sep 18 from Wired Science

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