NASA to take Aussie plants from the Torrens to the moon

By Jacob Shteyman
Updated April 3 2024 - 6:00pm, first published 5:57pm
Australian researchers will help grow plants on the moon when humans return to the lunar surface. (HANDOUT/LA TROBE UNIVERSITY)
Australian researchers will help grow plants on the moon when humans return to the lunar surface. (HANDOUT/LA TROBE UNIVERSITY)

A diminutive Australian water weed will be one of the first plants grown by humans on the surface of the moon.

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