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NASA turns to Tupperware to help grow space veggies

Growing fresh vegetables aboard the International Space Station (ISS) may be a morale booster, but it does take up a lot of the crew’s schedule. In an effort to make space gardening less time consuming, NASA is teaming up with Tupperware Brands and the technology company Techshot to improve the current experimental hydroponics system used aboard the station.

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