Eau De Space

Boldy smell like no man has ever smelled before — or at least very few. A new cologne, Eau De Space, has bottled up the scent of the final frontier, giving normal Earth dwellers the opportunity to give off an out-of-this-world aroma without leaving the troposphere. The fragrance was originally developed by chemist Steve Pearce for NASA to help train astronauts before liftoff. For those curious what outer space smells like, Pearce used notes from astronauts who described the smell as a combination of ozone, hot metal, and fried steak.

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