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I think bringing plants into space is a great idea. But where would you put all the plants? In the Container of Space! This planter is shaped like a hexagon and the size can be adjusted to hold a big or small plant. If you look inside you will see 5 small holes. These are for the roots. Also if you look on the outer side of the planter you will see another hole and flap with hinges. This will be attached on the two squares next to the hole. One question.. why is there a hole? Well, when I was researching I found out that astronauts drink water from plastic bags with nozzles attached to them. So you push the nozzle in the hole squeeze the water out and your plant can have water. Additionally astronauts can customize and decorate these planters.
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