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Plans to grow on the Moon



Chinese space program have plans to build a greenhouse on the moon. Chinese astronauts may get fresh vegetables by gardening in the future. The experiment focused on a dynamic balanced mechanism of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water between people and plants. Four kinds of vegetables were grown for the two people living in the cabin. They could harvest fresh vegetables for meals.


Source: Shanghaiist
Published: 17 December 2012

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