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Recommended Reading: What will astronauts eat while exploring Mars?

Billy Steele
09.19.15
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Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.

How NASA Is Solving the Space Food Problem
by Elizabeth Preston
Eater

The first manned test flight for NASA's Orion capsule may have been pushed back this week, but the project forges on. One issue that the agency faces in the quest to send humans to explore Mars is food. This piece from Eater examines the challenges NASA looks to overcome with regards to the dietary needs of the crew during deep-space missions, including some onboard gardening.

20 Minutes with Tim Cook
John Paczkowski, BuzzFeed

What's it like to take a ride across Manhattan with the CEO of Apple? BuzzFeed's John Paczkowski found out, and picked up some info on the iPhone, iPad Pro and more along the way.

The Duke, the Landscape Architect and the World's Most Ambitious Attempt to Bring the Cosmos to Earth
Alina Simone, Atlas Obscura

A landscape architect in Scotland built a model Multiverse as a series of land installations, and the whole thing is really pretty amazing.

Why I Bought the Last iPod Classic in the Store
Greg Goldstone, Gear Patrol

This short read explains why the iPod Classic is still a solid music player even after Apple discontinued it.

Vinyl LP Frenzy Brings Record-Pressing Machines Back to Life
Ben Sisario, The New York Times

Step inside a factory that plans to crank out up to 1.5 million records a year to feed the vinyl craze.

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