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aeroponic lettuce and herb growing at Chicago airport. the fertilised water wets the roots inside this tower by spraying a fine mist on the roots. this is all automated and produces food much faster, bigger and tastier than other hydroponic systems. with LED lights, they can grow inside year round. NASA is designing this for space travel.
Edward "Butch" O'Hare, who was raised in Chicago, became an early war hero in 1942, when he single-handedly shot down five Japanese planes. O'Hare, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his feat, was killed in 1943. The city later renamed that out-of-the-way airport on the Northwest Side in his honor.