WATCH: China is creating a mini ecosystem on the Moon - growing flowers and silkworms

China is advancing the goal of colonising the Moon, one step at a time.

They are now creating a small biosphere that grows flowers and silkworms on the dark side of the moon. Of course they are. 

READ: China launches magnetic levitation train designed to reach speeds of up to 600 km/h

Watch the above video to see more!

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