Cool ! NASA breaks chili harvest record

Cool ! NASA breaks chili harvest record

Nasa Breaks Chili Harvest Record
                                                                        Chili harvest in NASA (Dok Net / Special)

NASA Breaks the Record of Chile Harvest


Nuansatech - NASA plant experience, which grows and harvests pepper peppers in space, breeze records to be the spatial plant that nourishes the most astronauts.

Cité de science Alert Chile's planting experience has also made history as the longest experience on the International Space Station (ISS).


This is the second time, Chile has been cultivated in space. Last November, for the first time, the ISS crew used pepper peppers to inflate tacos. Matt Romeyn, Chief Experience Investigator Chile, said NASA's crop production team did not expect to reach both recordings.


The crop of Cayenne pepper cultivated on the ISS is slightly longer than the tests on Earth. This means that the IDDD test can be extended for 17 additional days.


Chile's plants in the Habitat of the Experimental Center Factory - 04 (PH-04) increased for four months before being harvested in October.


"By coincidence, the crew-2 astronaut's modification schedule to the crew-3-astronaut team has been delayed, allowing the crew-2 team The possibility of harvesting and tasting the Chile area, "said Romeyn.


Romeyn said that the cultivated experiences of vegetables in space were intended to meet the nutritional needs of astronauts and maintain their health in service on the ISS.


For the next experience, NASA scientists expect Chile's plants to develop in 120 days. In previous experiments, peppers could only be harvested for 137 days, making it the longest experience of space. The longest previous experience was in 2016 when Zinnia Flowers was developed for 90 days.


"The PH-04 has significantly increased the production of advanced spatial facilities. Experience involved taking New Mexico farmland cultivars, the Nantins to adapt to plant habitats and understand how Productively develop the first fruit crop generally recognized in space., "He added.

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