If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad – New York Times

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Here’s an interplanetary botany discovery that took college students and not NASA scientists to find: Hops — the flowers used to add a pleasant bitterness to beer — grow well in Martian soil. “I don’t know if it’s a practical plant, but it’s doing
‘A fantastic find’: Mars hides thick sheets of ice just below the surfaceWashington Post
Water Might Be Easier to Find on Mars Than We ThoughtGizmodo
Scientists Discover Clean Water Ice Just Below Mars’ SurfaceWIRED
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