A Case Of Wine Is Coming Back To Earth In A Spacex Capsule

Posted: Jan 14, 2021



The SpaceX capsule is scheduled to land Wednesday, according to a tweet from the ISS, and will splash down off Cape Canaveral, Florida.

The research, known as Mission Wise, is exploring how to develop "new ways of growing plants on the Earth and scale up to feed more people on the planet."

The vines will be analyzed to see how they have changed during their time in space, where the effects of microgravity and a higher radiation exposure than on Earth accelerate genetic changes.

Scientists will then compare them to specimens that remained on Earth, with the aim of adapting vines to grow in harsher environments.

Expert tasters will also taste the 12 bottles of Bordeaux to see what effects its time in space has had on the wine.

By Jack Guy
01-13-2021
Source and complete article by: msn.com



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