What we learned when astronaut Stuart Roosa took tree seeds to space

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Annabelle Moore  |  Special to the Reporter-NewsWith a pop like a potato chip bag bursting, the plastic bags holding hundreds of itty-bitty tree seeds exploded like confetti across the vacuum chamber.It’s February 1971, and astronaut Stuart Roosa has just returned from flying the Apollo 14 mission to the moon. Loblolly Pine, Sycamore and Sweet Gum seeds,…

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