Sunday, 11 January 2015

Growing greens on the Red Planet

When the first living visitor from Earth lands on Mars we might well expect it to be a man or a woman, but if students from the University of Southampton Spaceflight Society have their way, it could be one small step for a lettuce. That may seem more than a bit mad, but its part of an experiment to see if crops can grow in the Martian environment as a prelude to colonization... Continue Reading Growing greens on the Red Planet

Section: Space

Tags: Mars, Mars One, Students, University of Southampton

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