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NASA’s Commercial Crew program will send astronauts to the International Space Station via commercial partners SpaceX and Boeing. Photo: NASA
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Agency Warns NASA Of Possible Commercial Crew Delays


Commercial companies SpaceX and Boeing are slated to launch astronauts to the International Space Station from US soil, a first since the retirement of the space shuttle. Delays have plagued the program and a government agency is asking NASA for a backup plan to get astronauts to the station.
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Plants were grown in a preliminary experiment comparing (left to right) potting soil, regolith simulant with added nutrients, and simulant without nutrients.
Photo: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis
Space

Space Farming: To Boldy Grow Where No One Has Grown Before


When Mark Whatney was stranded on Mars in the movie ‘The Martian,’ he grew potatoes to survive. As scientists at Kennedy Space Center find, it’s much harder to grow food on the red planet than it looks on the silver screen, but they’re making progress when it comes to out of this world agriculture.
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