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  Brewing Beer on the Moon
 
  A group of six college students from the University of California – San Diego are finalists in the Google-backed Lunar XPRIZE challenge.

The engineering students from San Diego have invented a device they believe can ferment yeast in zero-gravity, allowing them to essentially brew beer on the moon. According to Business Insider, the students have developed a small 3D-printed device with three compartments: one holding electronic controllers, one for a sugary liquid, and one for yeast. When the rover lands on the moon, a valve automatically opens the three segments and the yeast begins to create carbon dioxide by eating the liquid’s sugars, thus creating beer.

For more, check out this IEN story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, May 2, 2017, 11:59 am  

 
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