NASA is taking a hard look, sometimes in unconventional ways, at what astronauts consume, as part of the agency’s plans to undertake human deep-space voyages that will separate human explorers from their normal food choices and health care services for months to years.  Over time, nutrition could become as essential to mission success as robust life support and propulsion systems. Ensuring the right balance between calories and nutrients vital to the health of ...

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