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AHiS 2021 – What to measure for your school projectI Haritina Mogoșanu, iss, seeds in space, seeds in space 2021, 0
When you submit a report or a poster you get in the draw to win a planetarium visit to...
AHiS 2021 – How to grow your basilI Haritina Mogoșanu, basil, iss, seeds in space, seeds in space 2021, 0
Give your basil plenty of warmth and light. It grows well in a warm environment, with the optimum...
AHiS 2021 – The first 5 days of space basilI Haritina Mogoșanu, AHiS, basil, iss, seeds in space, seeds in space 2021, 0
The first five days of the space basil went great, the plants are healthy and grow well.
AHiS 2021 – The setup of the plant growth chamber on the ISSI Haritina Mogoșanu, AHiS, Basil in space, iss, seeds in space, seeds in space 2021, Soichi Noguchi, 0
The plant chamber for basil and starting the experiment. A brief overview of how basil is grown on the...
Introduction to AstrobotanyCaitlin MacArthur, astrobotany, botany, growing plants in space, iss, jaxa, kibo, plant biology, plants in space, seeds in space, seeds in space 2021, 0
Can we really grow potatoes on Mars like astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) does in "The Martian"?
ISS: The Inhabited Artificial SatelliteCaitlin MacArthur, international space station, iss, satellitesimprovelife, scott kelly, world space week, wsw2020, 0
The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest artificial satellite in Earth’s orbit (and in space that we know...