Extended stays on the moon could happen thanks to Missouri S&T students (LISTEN)

by | Feb 9, 2024 | News, Show Me Today

A group of student researchers from Missouri University of Science and Technology was recognized for having one of the top innovations at the Lunar Life Odyssey 2 challenge, which is sponsored by Jacobs Space Exploration Group — one of NASA’s primary contractors. They’re learning that algae growing on a window screen that cycles water eventually plays a major role in humans having a sustained presence on the moon. Jesse Fletcher joined Show Me Today to talk about his team’s work in Rolla.



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