Life On Mars A Possibility With New Indoor-Farming Technology

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Life On Mars A Possibility With New Indoor-Farming Technology

A US-based company has developed technology that can replicate any kind of climate inside a shipping container, bringing sustenance on a mission on Mars one step closer to reality.

The company, Local Roots Farms, has joined forces with Space X, a company that's trying to get people to Mars. (File photo/ Reuters)

The company, Local Roots Farms, has joined forces with Space X, a company that's trying to get people to Mars. (File photo/ Reuters)

A company in California says it could be the first to grow food on Mars.

Local Roots Farms has developed an indoor farm that could feed astronauts on longer-term space missions.

They say their technology will also benefit the earth as it uses less water than traditional farming techniques.

TRT World’s Frances Read reports from Los Angeles.

Ever since the first moon landing in 1969, scientists have been looking for a way for humans to sustain a mission to the Red Planet. And while David Bowie may have sung about Life on Mars, a company in California says it may have found a way to grow food there.
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