NASA Says Lettuce Grown In Space Is Safe To Eat

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A new report found that lettuce grown on the International Space Station is just as safe and nutritious as lettuce grown on Earth, a fact which scientists say will allow astronauts to supplement prepackaged food and sustain themselves on longer space expeditions. What do you think?

“Thanks, NASA, but I only eat locally sourced produce.”

Thomas Ward • EKG Transcriptionist

“Nothing I’d want more after a long day of hurtling through space than a nice wet handful of lettuce.”

Lela Wright • Unemployed


“Wow. I guess I really underestimated how boring space is.”

Stephen Bailey • Panic Room Technician