The future international manned exploration of planet Mars will require some independency of food and oxygen supplies to the crews on Mars. Vegetables, growing inside secure vessels on the Martian ground, are the best candidates for supplying a quasi‐continuous production of proteins, salt minerals, water and oxygen to the astronauts working in a semi‐permanent possible future living facility at Mars’ surface, for a future, possible secure and controlled Mars terraformation.

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