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Georgian scientists are going to grow grapes on Mars

21.06.2018 119 просмотров

The country plans to join an ambitious space program and offer its assistance in a field in which it has vast experience.


Currently, many countries declare that they are going to conduct various studies on the Red Planet. The National Museum of Georgia took the initiative to take part in the Martian program and develop proposals for the cultivation of grapevine on the planet. 

The message of the museum says that Georgia's experience in this field has centuries-old traditions and is unique. A working group will be created to develop the program by scientific organizations, state and educational structures. The     from scientific centers of the world, but also the popularization of the national heritage of Georgia. 

The prospect of growing crops on other planets is of interest not only to Georgian agronomists. As Big Asia reported, Chinese scientists, as part of the national lunar program, plan to deliver seeds to the Earth's satellite. na-lune/?sphrase_id=3123">potatoes and cabbage. 

Science and education

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