Sunflower Farm, a farm that grows crops and water for a living, has won a $20 million grant from the NASA Space Grant Program to develop the first-ever satellite-based solar farm.
The satellite, which was announced in February, is scheduled to be launched in 2022.
The project is being overseen by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Department of Defense.
The grant was made possible by a program that awards $50 million for innovative solar research and development.
The Sunflower project was developed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which is home to a number of NASA facilities.
The solar farm will produce 100 megawatts of power from the sun.
It’s been nearly 30 years since the first man on the moon walked on the surface of the moon, and NASA plans to have a man on Mars in 2023.
In 2018, the agency announced a new initiative called the Space Exploration Technology Mission Directorate, or STED, to build the first lunar landing vehicle.
The Space Grant program is intended to fund science and technology research and advance the development of commercial products for use on space missions.
In 2019, NASA awarded the $20-million grant to the Sunflower farm to advance research on space farming, as well as research on a new type of soil for future crops.
The Sunflower mission is part of the agency’s ongoing Space Exploration Technologies Mission Directorate program, which also supports research on how to build a space-based communications network.
The program aims to advance human exploration of deep space and is funded by a total of $5.5 billion in NASA research and commercial support.