Using bacteria to make lunar soil more fertile

A team of agronomists and biotechnicians at China Agricultural University has found that adding bacteria to simulated lunar regolith increased the amount of phosphate in the soil for use by plants. In their study, published ...

One giant step: Moon race hots up

Russia's plan to launch its lunar lander on Friday is the latest in an international push to return to the Moon that includes the world's top powers but also new players.

The history of the sun is written on the moon

If you want to learn about the history of the sun, then look no further than the moon. That's the recommendation of a team of scientists who hope to harness future Artemis lunar missions to help understand the life history ...

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