Because who wouldn't want to smell like our universe?

There aren't many absolutes in this world, but I'm thinking this could be one of them... everything has a scent. Even stuff that is fragrance free has a musk to it. Just ask my dog. He can smell things that I can't and I'm using his nose as evidence on this hypothesis.

With that being said, apparently space also has a scent.

Think about that for a second. Have you ever considered what space might smell like? I think it would smell cold. You know, like when someone gives you a hug after being outside in the cold. There's a certain scent to that. Maybe it's just the scent of damp, compressed air. Anyway, what do you think the final frontier smells like?

According to astronauts, it's a mixture of gunpowder, seared steak, raspberries, and rum.

And even though it sounds like a joke from 30 Rock, you can also smell like gunpowder, seared steak, raspberries, and rum with a new NASA-approved fragrance called Eau de Space. The scent was originally created by a chemist named Steve Pearce in 2008 as a training tool for those destined for outer space. The idea now is to not only have a fun product, but to also educate students about an aspect of astronomy I don't think many of us have considered.

Eau de Space will be priced at $15 and will be available in October 2020.