What to Eat on the Way to Mars Wired News

Thirty-five years ago on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin busted open one small meal for man — foil packets containing roasted turkey and all the trimmings — while kids at home slurped Tang in solidarity. That mission lasted only nine days. Now, food scientists are working out ways to feed astronauts on a mission to Mars that will last years.