Researchers have discovered a new stumbling hurdle in their effort to live on the Moon.

According to a new study, growing plants on the Moon is doable. However, it puts the plants under a lot of strain.

 The findings were reported in the journal Communications Biology. 

 It's the first study to show that plants can be grown in lunar dirt, which was brought back from the Apollo missions all those years ago.

 Putting humans back to the Moon is one of NASA's top priorities right now.

The space agency is already collaborating with firms to develop new lunar rovers, and it will launch a spacecraft around the Moon later this year.

However, if we ever want to be able to live on the Moon, we must first be able to provide for the people who reside there.

'Isn't that a little strange?' 

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