According to the media, the NASA experiment is scheduled to take place by the end of 2015. It studies the gravitational force on the moon and the germination of plants in radiation. After landing on the moon later in the year, water is added to the plant seeds planted in the module. The growth will be observed for 5 to 10 days and will be compared with that of base stations on Earth. Species include shepherd's purse, basil and turnip.
NASA describes the experimental method as "hitchhiking to carry seeds to the moon." This is because it is carried out using the Moon Express spacecraft built by Moon Express.
NASA will embark on this experiment, allowing us humans to live there if plants that need nutrients, air, and water can survive on the moon.