It should come as absolutely no surprise that training to become an astronaut is a decades long affair that involves a lot of unique experiences you’d never think about on Earth. One of those unique situations is the smell of space that shuttle pilot Tony Antonelli describes as “strong, unique and nothing like anything he’d smelled” before. You have to train for even the smells, which is why NASA developed “the smell of space” decades ago. After years of research, grit and a few FOIA requests, that smell is developed into a cologne called Eau de Space. According to Eau de Space product manager Matt Richmond, the smell is akin to “a mix of gunpowder, seared steak, raspberries and rum.” We like all of those smells individually, so combining them into a single bottle seems like a win in our books. The cologne is also being produced as part of a larger STEM initiative, so when you sign up to buy a bottle, they’ll also donate one to a learning program.