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This crystal growing container can be turned upwards or downwards, depending on what type of crystal that is being grown by the scientists. With a zero gravitation, the cone-like shape allows the crystals to grow in a upwards pattern or a downwards pattern. The thick cylinder-like shape on the bottom of the container is what the scientists can use to insert the crystal- growing material that allows the crystal to grow in the container. This could be taken on and off by the scientists that use this. The widespread object, in the middle of the container, is what the scientists can use to hold onto the container, creating less motion for the crystal, so it will be undisturbed, and grow peacefully. With these three parts to the container, this container will allow crystals to grow in space.
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