NASA Grew This Lettuce in Space

NASA Grew This Lettuce in Space
technology

Soon, astronauts will enjoy fresh salads aboard the International Space Station

Leo Lutero
  • 7 august 2015

NASA is growing plants in orbit to find out how we can improve the way we do it here on the surface. The International Space Station (ISS) has released a photo of lettuce growing inside a chamber, a process astronauts are patiently observing and recording.

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