Antarctica is getting a farm that can grow produce even when it's -100 degrees Fahrenheit outside — take a look

Engineers at the German Aerospace Center are preparing to build a high-tech farm that will allow people in Antarctica to harvest produce. According to reports, the farm will feature a year-round greenhouse that will grow food at the Neumayer III polar station, which is located on the continent's Ekstrom Ice Shelf. The farm, which is scheduled to be built in October, will exist inside of a climate-controlled shipping container. The greenhouse reportedly relies on vertical farming, in which food grows on trays or hanging modules under LEDs instead of natural sunlight.