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M&M's in Space

Home-baked idea? Nasa mulls printers for food replication New technology could have wider commercial application or even aid the fight against world hunger - so, maybe those "Star Trek" 'replicators' weren't so far-fetched, after all?

Understanding the size of Earth in comparison to the rest of our solar system - an amazing illustration to visualize the size and scale of our world!

Visualizing The Size And Scale Of Our World

The scale of it all! Understanding the size of Earth in comparison to the rest of our solar system -- an amazing illustration to visualize the size and scale of our world!

NASA selects SpaceX and Boeing to launch U.S. astronauts into ...

NASA selects SpaceX and Boeing to launch U.S. astronauts into space

NASA has tapped the private spaceflight companies of SpaceX and Boeing to build and test commercial spacecraft for ferrying American astronauts to and from the International Space Station.

Astronaut food packaging

The US astronauts’ meals developed by the NASA Space Food Systems Laboratory (SFSL). Interesting fact: astronauts experience a loss in their sense of taste while in space, so the food must

Jüpiter'in uydusunda su püskürmesi

Framed Gas Giant Jupiter Seen Above the Surface of Jupiter's Moon Europa Print

Short ribs and spaghetti .

Cooking and Growing Food in Space - Growing food in space is currently being researched by NASA in the event a space colony is established. Learn about growing food in space.

NASA plans to grow food on future spacecraft and on other planets as a food supplement for astronauts (top right). Astronaut Kjell Lindgren corrals the supply of fresh fruit in the international Space Station - ISS (top, left). Astronauts on the ISS harvest and savour "Outredgeous" red romaine lettuce from the Veggie plant growth system (bottom).

Farming, the Last Frontier

NASA plans to grow food on future spacecraft and on other planets as a food supplement for astronauts (top right). Astronaut Kjell Lindgren corrals the supply of fresh fruit in the international Space Station - ISS (top, left). Astronauts on the ISS harvest and savour "Outredgeous" red romaine lettuce from the Veggie plant growth system (bottom).

impresoras 3D haciendo comida ile ilgili görsel sonucu

The food printer schematic (SMRC)

How Rocks Move - Mystery of Death Valley's Sliding Rocks Solved  Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/environment/mystery-death-valleys-sliding-rocks-solved#JkYffeltQ1wAdlRa.99

How Rocks Move- Death Valley's sliding rocks "solved"

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