Beer brewed in space? It could happen, thanks to a Highlands Ranch sixth-grader.
Eleven-year-old Michal Bodzianowski recently won a national science competition sponsored by the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program. His prize-winning entry, titled “What Are The Effects of Creation in Microgravity and Is It Possible?”, will launch into space in December, according to the Denver Post.
Beer potentially could be used in space as an emergency backup hydration and medical source. Or, perhaps, in exchange for knowledge from alien life. (hey, you never know)
Bodzianowksi, a student at Douglas County’s STEM School and Academy, is the first Colorado student to win the competition, according to the Post.