Principia Space Diary: space gardening
Growing plants on the International Space Station (ISS) is an important research area as it has the potential to help future exploration. In this activity, children consider the different factors that impact the growth of plants and how growing plants on the ISS may be different to growing them on the Earth.
This resource is part of the Principia Space Diary, provided by Curved House Kids and written by Lucy Hawking and illustrated by Ben Hawkes.
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