NASA: Maybe Potatoes Could Grow on Mars - Start Up Your Day Roundup Plus: Drone racing becomes a mainstream sport this summer.

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Down to earth. In a case of real life imitating Matt Damon's hit The Martian, NASA is looking into growing potatoes on Mars, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Catch up. Lyft is gaining on Uber in markets across the country. Bloomberg explains how.

High flyers. Drone racing will come to ESPN this summer, according to the Verge.

Almost as good. A trial in the UK is testing if 3-D printing could replace bespoke items in insurance claims.

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