Scots lags are being taught the best ways to create area stations and grow food on Mars and the Moon

LAGS are being taught how to develop spaceport station and grow food on Mars and the Moon.The bizarre lessons will be offered to inmates at all 15 Scots nicks. Michael Schofield- The Sun

Glasgow HMP Shotts is one of the prisons

to use the space school Cons have also been encouraged to write stories and make up”Martian Blues “music.And they’ve gone over the”long-term obstacles of living on another world”.

Jail chiefs hope they will make criminals behave much better after release.Experts at the UK Centre for Astrobiology will lead the course for its Life Beyond project.Professor Charles Cockell, of the centre which

is based at Edinburgh Uni, said:”Wrongdoers can see that criminal activity slows progress and degr-ades lifestyle. “Enriching some-one’s view of science is indispensable, no matter who you are.”The lags are being taught all about Mars Inmates in Edinburgh, Glenochil near Alloa, Shotts in Lanarkshire and Low Moss near Glasgow have been asked to assist develop”

human-tended spaceport station on Mars

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available to

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