NASA intends to cultivate and farm on the moon in the Artemis 3 mission

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NASA intends to cultivate and farm on the moon in the Artemis 3 mission

NASA plans to cultivate and grow crops on the surface of the moon in the Artemis III mission.

Astronauts intend to cultivate several different types of plants on the moon’s surface in NASA’s upcoming mission called Artemis III.

The goal of this mission, scheduled for 2026, is to investigate the possibility of human habitation on the moon.

Astronauts are set to conduct studies in the LEAF project, which stands for Lunar Environment Agriculture Effects on Plants, to examine how plants adapt to the lunar environment. They will bring three different types of plants to the moon’s surface to see how they will respond to space radiation.

This project is designed by the Space Technologies Laboratory based in Colorado, which is currently developing agricultural greenhouses in space.


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