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www.mars-one.com/faq/health-and-ethics/will-the-astronauts-have-enough-water-food-and-oxygen

Our astronauts will be settling on Mars indefinitely. It's not feasible to send water, oxygen and food from Earth to the astronauts: they will produce those on Mars.

www.popsci.com/how-will-we-eat-on-mars

Jan 11, 2016 ... It's up to NASA's food scientists to design and create all the food for the three- year journey to Mars and back, and that's raising some interesting ...

www.nasa.gov/feature/can-plants-grow-with-mars-soil

In reality, the soil on Mars has the nutrients plants would need to survive on Mars. ... Space Food .... NASA is developing a simulant, a replication of Mars soil, to better understand how it can be used for plant growth and other purposes.

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3658092/Astronauts-really-farm-food-Mars-Vegetables-grown-Martian-soil-safe-eat.html

Jun 24, 2016 ... For any astronauts hoping to survive on the surface of Mars, growing crops in the arid soil of the red planet will be an essential.

www.nasa.gov/feature/farming-in-martian-gardens

Of the many challenges involved in sending humans on the journey to Mars, figuring out how to pack enough food for such a lengthy trip looms large. Of course ...

www.spacesafetymagazine.com/spaceflight/space-food/future-food-mars

Jan 30, 2014 ... Food is the ultimate determinant of survivability in a future mission to Mars. How will a Martian crew receive adequate nutrition with taste to ...

channel.nationalgeographic.com/mars/videos/growing-food-on-mars

Growing Food on Mars. Millions of miles away from the closest supermarket, and not a restaurant in sight, how will the first human settlers on Mars get their food?

phys.org/news/2017-03-food-mars-earth-nasa-usu.html

Mar 2, 2017 ... Can earthlings live on Mars? They can if they develop self-sufficiency. NASA is betting on a multi-institution team of the best and brightest, ...

www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jul/18/climate-change-los-angeles-tech-startups

Jul 18, 2017 ... Dozens of startups are inventing ways to keep LA cool with products and services that aim to avert environmental disaster – and yield profits.