The folks at NASA enjoy football just as much as anyone. They just look at it a little differently.
For example, NASA shared an eye-opening visualization of the immensity of the International Space Station: It's roughly the size a football field.
It would take 17 of the under-constructionmirrors to reach across that same field.
NASA's Johnson Space Center recruited astronauts Reid Wiseman and Megan McArthur to show us how to make "space queso" using cheese spread, black beans, corn and rehydrated vegetarian chili, just like the International Space Station crew would prepare it.
We also learned you can fit 4,625 footballs into the, the space agency's next-gen transportation capsule for astronauts.
While many of us were watching only a TV screen during the game, the ISS crew also witnessed multiple sunrises and sunsets.
Retired NASA astronaut twins Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly appeared in an. NASA jumped on the opportunity to direct interested NFL fans to more information about the ISS.
One of NASA's most creative Super Bowl tie-ins happened when it posted Hubble Space Telescope images featuring the rival teams' colors.
The Patriots got a supernova, while the Rams got a nebula.
One aspect of the game that NASA didn't comment on was the Patriots' victory.