Wednesday, 20 January 2016

A Picture Of A Flower


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A Picture Of A Flower - NASA has been, for ages, trying to find and grow life in outerspace in an attempt to study its benefits. In a social media post by one of the NASA astronauts, the first flower grown in space is revealed to be a Zinnia. Aptly called "The Veggie Project" is The plant in the picture is the first of the zinnia’s to successfully flower. On November 16, 2015 NASA astronauts activated the Veggie plant growth system and its rooting “pillows” containing zinnia seeds on the space station in the first-ever Earlier in December, the astronaut also tweeted a picture of the budding plant looking quite fragile. For example, understanding watering schedules in microgravity, and knowing what to do if there is mold growth or other challenges in these extreme conditions. pseudomallei in the local environment. Alternatively, there may have been substantial dissemination as a result of increasing human, animal, plant and soil movements. Global warming may also hasten expansion of the endemic boundaries of the disease 6. Astronaut Scott Kelly pridefully tweeted this picture of the Zinnia, a flower part of the daisy family Kelly has been working on for a while. The tweet has been favorited over 11 thousand times which is just 746 thousand times less than Harry Styles SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The first flower ever grown in space has made its debut on the internet thanks to Twitter. Astronaut Scott Kelly shared the picture of the flower grown aboard the International Space Station during his record year in orbit. .
This weekend, the astronauts up on the International Space Station reached a major milestone: they grew the first flower in space. More specifically, they grew a firey zinnia bloom. It’s beautiful, really, and the firey orange really contrasts pretty NASA astronauts have successfully grown the first flower in space. On Saturday, Astronaut Scott Kelly shared the pictures of the first flower grown outside earth’s atmoshpere. The laboratory-grown zinnias, a native flower of the Southwestern U.S., are (Video via NASA) If you just saw a picture of this orange zinnia you might not believe it was grown in outer space. But thanks to some very special TLC from a couple of astronauts, this mission was accomplished. NASA created the Veggie Plant Growth System When Scott Kelly tweeted a picture of moldy leaves on the current crop of zinnia flowers aboard the International Space Station, it could have looked like the science was doomed. In fact, science was blooming stronger than ever. What may seem like a .

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