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NASA, Forest Service to Share Moon Tree Seedlings, Promote STEM

Education and community groups can apply to receive a special plant with a history of traveling to space—a seedling from a tree seed that went around the Moon on NASA's Artemis I mission in 2022. These seedlings, called Artemis Moon Trees, are being given out by NASA and the USDA Forest Service to help people learn about science and space. Schools, libraries, and museums can ask for a seedling through NASA's Artifact Module. This is the second time Moon Trees are being shared; the first time was in 1971. The seeds were flown in space, and now they're growing into trees to inspire and connect communities with space exploration.

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  • walter lungayi

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    This is a great milestone, kudos NASA.

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