In my answer was deleted. I think because of a misunderstanding of how stackexchange works and a misinterpretation of the rules. Letting perfect get in the way of the good.
I notice when I put in a link to a movie that a picture was was inserted. A single picture answers part of the posters question. No need for a lot of words.
I noticed the image was grabbed from the video and saved here: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/6vVle67Tfjc/sddefault.jpg
Who owns ytimag.com? https://www.whois.com/whois/ytimg.com
Looks like Google. Who placed the image on Google? It would seem to me that stackexchange did it. If stackexchange thinks google is good enough a place to store something, who I'm I to complain.
I know the rule about not relying on links. I thought about this before posting. I figured the dinning picture provided enough information to answer the question with out the more detailed picture. I believe a picture is worth a thousand words. The pictures in themselves answered the question.
By deleting this post: -- you deprive the poster of a significant amount of information -- even if you do not like the link to the food. The picture of the capsule answers part of the question. A picture offers more proof then words.
PS. I figured this would get down voted too. Real friendly.