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Chinese astronauts can eat worms

In China completed an experiment in which a number of students of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics for three months ate worms. As conceived by the organizers of the experiment , this food can be very effective in terms of long-term space missions . The experiment took place in a special capsule called Moon Palace 1 , in which for three months lived three students of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics . This capsule was created all necessary conditions for the reproduction of resources such as air , water and food . And, as a last played plants and mealworms . Cultivation as an exotic food subjects engaged themselves , and to have them was not so nasty , used a variety of sauces and other additives . Experts wanted to check if such a high protein diet in the conditions of long-term space missions. And the results of the experiment showed that such a diet is quite effective and the prospect of its extremely high. Any negative effect on the test organisms , this food is not produced , on the contrary , the scientists say that during the whole experimental time of the experiment showed good performance and thought quite positively . Incidentally, such a diet of worms supported the UN as a method of solving the problem of hunger in underdeveloped countries. And this fact , Chinese scholars cited as an example by declaring for the application of this method to supply long-term space missions. However, some countries still expressed on this score negatively , believing that such " goodies " are not worthy of the high moral status of space explorers.


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