The China Manned Space Program Office recently released the latest video on the orbital activities of the crew of the manned spacecraft Shenzhou 14. Astronaut Cai Xu Zhe’s vegetable cultivation on the Chinese space station was highlighted. The experimental module “Qiantian” is equipped with scientific experiment facilities, including a life ecology experiment rack, a biotechnology experiment rack, a scientific glove box and cryogenic preservation equipment, and a gravity change science experiment rack. The Life and Ecology Experiment Rack uses plant seeds, seedlings, plants, small animals, and other individual organisms as experimental samples to conduct space growth experiments on plants and animals such as Arabidopsis thaliana, echinoidea, Drosophila, and zebrafish. In the video, astronaut Xu-Che Tsai was carefully taking care of the plants in “Qiantian”. Before leaving for space, astronaut Cai Xu Zhe said that there were lettuce seeds in his spaceflight “luggage” and that he planned to grow them on the space station.