Will 3D Printed Food Replace Astronaut Meals?

Will 3D Printed Food Replace Astronaut Meals?
technology

The emerging technology could radically alter the choice of food on space journeys, providing more variety.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 february 2013

We recently took a look at the history of space food, but 3D printing may radically change astronauts’ choices in the future. Wired examined how the emerging technology, which is being used to create items out of all sorts of materials, could one day provide custom, nutritious meals for someone on a space shuttle.

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