Ever wondered what being in orbit smells like? Astronauts say the scent is out of this world, a distinctive whiff of steak, metal, fruit, rum, and almond cookie. More than a decade ago, NASA chemists concocted their own version of the smell, using it to train astronauts before missions. But now you can experience it too: A company called Eau de Space has gotten its hands on NASA’s formula and has packaged it as a perfume for the general public. A four-ounce bottle costs $29, and for each one purchased, Eau de Space will donate a bottle to a school STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program. The goal is to inspire young people to learn more about the scientific community. “Imagine if a child that smells Eau de Space today is inspired to become an astronaut, scientist, or engineer,” the company wrote on Kickstarter. “One day, that same child may even become the first human to walk on Mars.”