Salad in Space: Can NASA Grow Food in Zero Gravity?

Salad in Space: Can NASA Grow Food in Zero Gravity? Play

May 29 (Bloomberg) -- NASA has sent plenty of monkeys and humans into space but they’ve also been shooting plants into orbit since the ‘60s. The latest plant-based experiment to take root on the International Space Station is called “Veg-01,” and if it’s successful, astronauts may soon be growing – and eating – their own extraterrestrial crops. (Source: Bloomberg)

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