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The French Finally Invent Champagne Bottle That Will Work in Space
Who says humanity has stopped reaching for the stars?
United Arab Emirates Unveils Plan to Grow Lettuce on Mars
“When we get there, we’ll have to eat.”
Humans Could Eat Food Grown in Martian Soil
Good news for when Earth is no longer inhabitable.
NASA Thinks Potatoes Can Legitimately Grow on Mars
Researchers are planting 65 “resilient” spuds in Earth’s harshest desert conditions.
An Australian Plant Could Help Scientists Learn to Grow Food on Mars
If it can survive the outback, space is a cinch.
News You Can Booze
The World’s First Space-Whiskey Samples Have Returned
The distiller says it has a flavor he’s “not encountered here on Earth before.”
NASA Is Spending $200,000 to See If Poop Can Be Turned Into Food
Who’ll draw the short straw on taste-testing this?
An Astronaut Finally Ate Space Lettuce and He’s Totally Fine
Easily the most groundbreaking greens-related news of this generation.
NASA Is Running Farm-to-Table Lettuce Experiments in Space
They want to make space lettuce “a palatable, nutritious, and safe source of fresh food.”
Watch This Awesome Astronaut Make Tacos in Space
It’s quite impressive.
Close to Being Able to Grow Fruits and Vegetables on
Men may be from Venus but he heirloom vegetables are in fact from Mars.
Future of Food
NASA Funding 3-D Printed Pizza Made From Bugs
We’ve come a long way since astronaut ice cream.