CELSS

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CELSSControlled Ecological Life Support System (NASA)
CELSSControlled Ecological Life Support System (aka Closed Ecological Life Support Systems)
CELSSClosed Ecological Life Support System (aka Controlled Ecological Life Support Systems)
CELSSClosed Environmental Life Support System
CELSSControlled Ecology Life Support System
CELSSControlled Environment and Life Support System (NASA)
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space agency was considering quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) for the "Controlled Ecological Life Support System"--that is, for "meeting the needs of humans on long-term space missions."
Quinoa is such a near-perfect food, it's being considered as a crop for NASA's Controlled Ecological Life Support System for long-duration manned spaceflights.
Agricultural engineer Ralph Prince helped design the Biomass Production Chamber for the Controlled Ecological Life Support System program at NASA Kennedy Space Center in the 1980s.
The Controlled Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) program was initiated by NASA in the late 1970s to explore bioregenerative methods of life support.
He oversees several projects including research with the Controlled Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) Breadboard Project.
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