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Currently everything used by astronauts in space gets there via a state/government sponsored lift. AstronautsAstronauts can also bring a few personal supplies, but I imagine that most if not all finicalfinancial considerations occur at government levelslevel electronically on earth.

If an astronaut has a candy bar, or something else of value that they are interested in exchanging with another astronaut, is cash (any countriescountries' money) ever used in that exchange?

Currently everything used by astronauts in space gets there via a state/government sponsored lift. Astronauts can also bring a few personal supplies, but I imagine that most if not all finical considerations occur at government levels electronically on earth.

If an astronaut has a candy bar, or something else of value that they are interested in exchanging with another astronaut, is cash (any countries money) ever used in that exchange?

Currently everything used by astronauts in space gets there via a state/government sponsored lift. Astronauts can also bring a few personal supplies, but I imagine that most if not all financial considerations occur at government level electronically on earth.

If an astronaut has a candy bar, or something else of value that they are interested in exchanging with another astronaut, is cash (any countries' money) ever used in that exchange?

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Is there any money in space?

Currently everything used by astronauts in space gets there via a state/government sponsored lift. Astronauts can also bring a few personal supplies, but I imagine that most if not all finical considerations occur at government levels electronically on earth.

If an astronaut has a candy bar, or something else of value that they are interested in exchanging with another astronaut, is cash (any countries money) ever used in that exchange?