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Scientists Believe Mars May Sustain Veggies


Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Science, Transportation


Asparagus on MarsNow that the Phoenix Lander has found possible evidence of ice, scientists are even more optimistic now that they have taken soil samples that shows a high alkaline level. Sam Kounaves, lead investigator for the wet chemistry laboratory, claims “It is the type of soil you would probably have in your back yard, you know, alkaline. You might be able to grow asparagus in it really well ... it is very exciting.”

The soil also showed traces of sodium, potassium, and magnesium, among other elements. We are not so sure it is all that exciting. How many people do you know that want to grow asparagus?


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Comments:

Its exciting in a sense that this is a different planet other than earth and it can grow asparagus. What isnt so exciting is the asparagus, its ok but its not one of my favorites, maybe try to see if they can grow other things as well and see what happens.


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