First Flower Blooms In Space

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Astronaut Scott Kelly tweeted an image of an orange zinnia that has been grown entirely within the International Space Station’s Veggie chamber despite damages the plant suffered from humidity and mold, an accomplishment that NASA hopes will lead to other agricultural developments in outer space. What do you think?

“That ought to help brighten up the unfathomably immense blackness of our universe.”

Duncan Rizer • Elbow Specialist

“So, what, one day all flowers will be grown in space or something?”

Madeline Dubose • Gerbil Socializer


“I never thought I’d be alive to see NASA’s final triumph.”

Joel Simpson • Corporate Skeptic