The first flower born in space

Astronaut Scott Kelly tweeted the photo of a zinnia he grew at the International Space Station. There are some disputes about it being the first flower to bloom in space, as there have been previous experiments. Yet the images of the orange petals cutting against the crescent silhouette of the Earth, with all its dramas silent and distant, speak for themselves and of life that thrives beyond our common home.

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