An irresistible story dragged the world of science and technology on Tuesday when the Chinese space program said its London ship sprouted cotton seedlings in a sealed container of growth – the first plant ever to be harvested in another world.
"The Moon's Mission to China sees the first seeds to germinate," the BBC said. "Cotton seeds germinate in the lunar apparatus of China," shouted NPR.
Even if futurism has been swallowed up by overwhelming, writing that "the Chinese landlord has grown only on the first plants of the moon."  image of the luncheon body "
Do not be fooled : The seedlings have been a lunar science coup, but it turns out that the current time is inappropriate ̵
This is according to Xie Gengxin, the leading scientist behind the moon plant experiment that he told the Xinhua News Agency , that cotton sprouts will not survive at sunset on the Moon, which has led to a decrease in the temperature of the container to -170 degrees Celsius (-27
Xie also clarified that other seeds in the growing container, including food products such as potatoes and a cabbage kin, are not in the moonlight.
Now that the experiment is over, he said, organic matter will decompose in
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