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Australian startup to grow plants on the moon

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Australian start-up Lunaria One has announced it is partnering with SpaceIL for an ambitious plan to grow plants on the moon.

Lunaria One’s experiment was selected by SpaceIL, a non-profit aerospace organisation, to be included as one of the payloads onboard their Beresheet2 lander.

The Beresheet 2 mission is currently planned to launch in 2025, with Lunaria One hoping to have their experiment up and running on the moon in the same year.

Beresheet 2 will consist of two landers landing on each side of the moon and an orbiter that will continue to orbit the moon for up to five years.

https://www.spaceconnectonline.com.au/r-d/5641-australian-start-up-plans-to-grow-plants-on-the-moon



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