Scientists Show Off Future of Lunar Lunch With Plants Grown in Moon Dirt -  CNET


Decades after humans last visited the surface of our natural satellites. We now know that it is possible to plant the soil there.

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When NASA sends astronaut Artemis back to the lunar surface in the next few years They should be able to grow their own salad.

That's just part of the historic experiment. Scientists used samples of lunar surface material known as regoliths. to successfully grow crops in this world

Arabidopsis thaliana seed, which is related to mustard green. It is kept in small samples of the regolith collected on three different Apollo missions half a century ago.