Why My Inner Kindergartener ♥s NASA

a tomato plant grown on the International Space Station

Because their articles about how they handle laundry on the international space station include lines like this:

"To construct my planter, a spherical core is needed. An old pair of underwear worked well. We have supplies on Station sufficient to change our underwear perhaps once every 3 to 4 days, so I figured there might be a few nutrients in there as well."
That's right: Microgravity dirty-underwear tomatoes. For science!
I have a fistful of shiny rocks for the first good writer to use that in a story.

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Posted on August 21, 2012 .