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Astronauts on space missions are busy - too busy to tend the hydroponic gardens that will keep them alive on long trips to distant worlds, or on the surface of the Moon or Mars. So, NASA has developed a robotic tomato harvester to pitch in and bring (Read
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|"Duh? Astronauts are too busy to pick tomatoes during a trip to Mars? What else do they have to do during the six months it takes to get there? What a waste of research money...
( 12/8/2004 8:47:09 AM)
|"Reading your articles raised my interest in studying algae as a way of dealing with out- of space contamination and oxigen suplementation by these interesting microorganisms . Algae could provide a better way of supplying more filtered breathing air and oxigen suplementation . If interested in contacting me for more information about my research , please do so by sending me an e-mail to email@example.com Thank you. "
(J.L. Garrido 7/20/2005 2:07:44 PM)
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