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China steals the thunder from America, sprouts seeds on the moon

America sent the first man to the moon in 1967 and China is the first to sprout seeds on the far side of the moon after more than half a century.
NASA had sent the first man to the moon and had diverted its attention to the colonization of Mars, but America wants it to return to the moon. In this context, the achievement of China is a notable development because it is the latest entrant in the field and has shown that it has no dearth of ideas. It landed its lunar rover Jade Rabbit 2 and explorer Chang'e 4 on the far side of the moon and had begun its planned programs. One of these is to check the feasibility of sprouting seeds there, which is a success. Sky New reports the Chang'e 4 lander brought with it a range of seeds. It was a pioneering effort and the first ever biological experiment undertaken on the moon. The result is positive because the seeds have begun to sprout. The next step is to monitor the progress and watch for signs of leaves appearing. If the sprouts thrive and if leaves appear, it will be a milestone. The Chinese National Space Administration By selecting a landing site on the far side of the moon, the...
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