NASA: Lettuce grown in Space as nutritious as ones on Earth



Researchers have found that the salad crop, red romaine lettuce, grown onboard the International Space Station (ISS), is as nutritious as counterparts grown on the Earth, an advance that may help astronauts grow safe, fresh food during space missions.


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