On today's GeekBeat, we check out food printing for people in space, printing replacement body parts, why the Russian meteor video was blocked in Germany, the record that video has broken, and our own mash-up video nears 500,000 views.
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Researchers at Cornell University are working on a 3D food printer that could have applications in space.
And another Cornell lab is looking at using 3D printing to create replacement body parts.
In Germany, YouTube has blocked the dashcam video of that falling meteor because viewers can hear music playing in the background on the radio.
But being blocked in Germany hasn't been enough to stop all those meteor videos from hitting a combined 130 million views over the first weekend, the fastest growth ever for videos of any single event.