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NASA Planning Menu for Mars Mission In 2030s

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July 17, 2012
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Scientists are building a menu for a group of six to eight astronauts for a planned journey to Mars in the 2030s. The menu must keep the astronauts healthy and happy and also offer a broad array of food.


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