NASA locates missing space tomato, clearing the astronaut previously thought to be responsible for its disappearance.

The International Space Station (ISS) has finally unraveled the mystery surrounding the disappearance of the first-ever tomato grown in space, which vanished eight months ago. American astronaut Francisco “Frank” Rubio, accused of consuming the space tomato, has been cleared of any wrongdoing as the fruit was rediscovered by the ISS crew. The tomato, part of an agricultural experiment to grow produce in space for long-term missions, was harvested by Rubio. Despite his efforts to secure it with Velcro, the tomato went missing after he briefly took it out of a plastic bag to show students. The recent revelation comes during celebrations marking the ISS’s 25th anniversary, with NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli announcing the discovery without specifying its location or condition.

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