A landing autonomous biosphere is designed to grow seeds and hatch eggs from a fruit fly in an attempt to create a small ecosystem and assess how it reacts to high-radiation, low gravity environment. scientists hoped the experiment could help try attempts by future colonists to cultivate food in the empty part of the body.
He tells you that the temperatures in the biosphere have become too volatile and have reached extremes that are likely to kill all life, including seeds and eggs.
"Although we have two temperature control plates, the temperature is still over 30 degrees Celsius (86 F) around 10.30 am on the Moon.As everyone knows, many plants can not germinate with (that) temperature, he said.
Xie did not confirm why temperatures have risen to levels that are unacceptable for plants despite the measures taken by the research team. Although the experiment was quickly terminated, it is said to be successful.
An article in the state media Xinhua said the experiment was originally intended to last as long as 100 days.
The historic mission is designed to perform a number of tasks, including conducting the first Lunar Low Frequency Radioastronomic Experiment. and to study if there is water on the poles of the moon.
The router, called Jutu 2 or Jade Rabbi 2, helps Chinese researchers explore the previously unseen surface of the moon. and Ben Westcott wrote from Hong Kong.