Seeds sent from the International Space Station
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Rocket salad: Space seeds from Tim Peake get planted

Schools in the UK are to receive seeds that British astronaut Tim Peake has sent back from the International Space Station.

The children will be finding out if the seeds grow differently as a result of the lower gravity and increased radiation of space.

The BBC's Pallab Ghosh reports.

  • 14 Apr 2016
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