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Explorers gallery 2022 – Moon Camp Challenge
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In Moon Camp Explorers each team’s mission is to 3D design a complete Moon Camp using Tinkercad. They also have to explain how they will use local resources, protect astronauts from the dangerous of space and describe the living and working facilities.

Team: Apollo Modern Base

Szkoła Podstawowa nr 12 im. Kornela Makuszyńskiego w Bełchatowie  Bełchatów    Poland 12, 13   6 / 2
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Project description

Working in our database is all about taking samples from the moon’s soil and reporting to the people who oversee our base from Earth. We are there to learn more about the microorganisms living there. Our job is not only about collecting samples, we have many other responsibilities that make us a harmonious journey. One of these responsibilities, for example, is to oversee that the worm and algae farm is working well.

Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?
Close to the lunar poles
Why did you choose this location?

We want to build our base on the moon on Poles.

How do you plan to build your Mooncamp? Which materials will you use?

Domes are the protection for our base. Our base is dome-shaped, each room has its own dome. In the middle is a place of green. The materials from which we would build our base are:- concrete,- glass.

Water
Food
Electricity
Air
Protection

We will transport water from the ground because there is no water on the moon. If there was water on the moon it would fly.

We will obtain food from our vegetable farms, worms and algae farms. This food does not require great demands, so we chose algae the most. They are quite difficult to breed, so usually in such databases there are also biologists and advanced scientists to breed plants that are difficult to breed. In the beginning, plants are transported from the earth to the moon and then they reproduce.

We obtain energy from two sources:- photovoltaic installation,- supplies placed in tanks away from the base for safety reasons.

Oxygen is extracted from the water and stored in tanks. Nitrogen must be supplied from the ground because the moon is scarce. The camp is equipped with the recovery of carbon dioxide or is redirected to the cultivation of plants. It is also equipped with maintaining the right atmosphere.

Domes are the protection for our base. Our base is dome-shaped, each room has its own dome. In the middle is a place of green.

Describe a day on the Moon for one of your Moon Camp astronauts

Astronaut’s day description The astronaut gets up at 7.00. Then she goes to the bathroom to brush her teeth and take care of her personal needs. At 7:15 he goes to the kitchen to prepare his meal. Then he goes to the dining room to eat his breakfast. At 7.45 am he checks systems to see if everything is working well. At 8.30, the astronaut goes to the garage and takes the appropriate items to collect samples. At 9.00, the astronaut sets off on his rover to collect samples. At 12.00 he returns to base. Then he takes the samples out of the rover. Then the astronaut goes to the laboratory to examine the samples. Then it saves the experiments performed. At 1.00 am he goes to the dining room to eat dinner. There is always 1 astronaut left in this base to do a detour and then work like the others. At 1.30 am, the astronaut goes to the antenna to communicate with people on the ground. From 2.00 to 4.00 the astronaut has free time. At 4.00 am she goes to check if the algae and worm farm are in good condition. At 4.30 am, all the astronauts go to the gym to exercise. At 6.00 am they finish their exercises. Then the astronauts go to the games room. At 7.00 a.m., the astronauts have time to talk to their family. At 7.30, the astronauts go to the green area to rest. At 9.00 a.m., the astronauts go to the bedroom and go to bed.

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