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NASA again is inviting eligible educational institutions, museums and other organizations to screen and request historical space artifacts. This is the 16th screening of artifacts since 2009.
A green thumb and a little flair as a gourmet chef may be among the key skills for the first men and women who travel to the Red Planet later this century.
An award-winning â€œTop Chefâ€ recipe is set to fly to the International Space Station on Discoveryâ€™s STS-133 mission.
By Martha Deller, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jun. 27--BURLESON -- Makayla Graham had always wondered what astronauts eat in space. She got her answer Thursday during a live downlink with Greg Chamitoff, flight engineer of Expedition 17 at the international space station.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for Sputnik's 50th anniversary, the classic space-age energy snack Space Food Sticks is landing on store shelves across the country.
The rockets are still on the drawing board, and some of the astronauts haven't even been born yet. Nevertheless, NASA's journey to Mars has already begun.
A few decades from now, space travelers living on Mars may think the Pilgrims had it easy. During the six- to eight-month trip to Mars, space travelers will grow lettuce, spinach, carrots, tomatoes, green onions, radishes, bell peppers, strawberries, and much more on their spacecraft.
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