Chinese scientists have planted a cotton seed on the moon, which has officially sprouted. This marks the first time humans have succeeded in growing biological matter on a planet other than earth. Before this, astronauts have successfully grown plants such as sunflower, lettuce on the International Space Station or ISS. According to Prof. Xie Gengxin, dean of Advanced Technology, such giant steps open the door to future survival in space.
After Mars mission, NASA is now set to unveil the future partners for its moon and Mar exploration missions. The U.S. space agency NASA is now focusing on Moon mission and has recently announced its new collaboration with America-based companies. They are jointly working with the US organization to study scientific scope of Mars and Moon. NASA took to Tweeter to share the news that very soon the scientists will