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.
A moon camp help us to understand not only about past lunar projects but more about future too. It helps to understand the impact craters and geology to help us understand the formation of our solar system. To begin with, we have solar panels and a radiation-energy converter for energy generation. Then there’s trash management, which is solved by employing us smart bin, which collects all the garbage in one bin in the middle, sorts it, and then changes it into another material in the pipes before transporting it to the next bin. Then there is the food production, which is transformed by the greenhouse and water tank into nutritious meals. Moving on to the moon base, it is portable, operated by a remote, and holds two levels of supporters and an energy receiver. The upper level has necessities such as a bed, a table, and a chair, while the bottom level features a workout area, a lava tube, and a few oxygen tanks, as well as transportation.
Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?
Close to the lunar equator
Why did you choose this location?
Close to the Equator – Shackleton crater
Greatest benefit would be on the middle of the far side if the primary function is an Astro-observatory. colonies built in the crater could have some radiation shielding Lunar ice may be useful in creating rocket fuel. Decent supplies of water ice, colonies built in the crater could have some radiation shielding. These two can be useful. We chose this location because it has a balanced temperature, and it supplies shelter from radiation and meteorites
We chose other because we feel the best place to live on the moon would be Peary (crater). In 2004, a team led by Dr. Ben Bussey of Johns Hopkins University, using images taken by the Clementine mission, figured out that four mountainous regions on the rim of Peary appeared to remain illuminated for the entire lunar day. The northern rim of Peary is considered a site for a place to live due to this near-constant illumination, which would supply both a stable temperature and an uninterrupted solar power supply. There is also a supply of frozen water (ice).
How do you plan to build your Mooncamp? Which materials will you use?
We will make use of 3D printer and it will use the dust in the moon and moon regolith can be made with it using sunlight.
Our moon base has thick walls to protect astronauts from the harsh climate change on the moon.
It has a temperature regulator to support proper temperature inside the moon base.
Our moon base will have an airtight lock as the entrance and regolith also supplies protection from harmful radiation.
On the topic of radiation, our moon base also has a “radiation to energy converter” which turns harmful radiation to clean energy that we can use as power on the moon.
Power does not only come from the “radiation to energy converter” but also as solar energy and hydrogen!
There will also be solar panels to power gadgets.
Lunar ice to be converted to useful water.
We can also collect the water from the meteorites after they have been hit on the moon. The surroundings have bits of hydrogen in the air so we can use a machine that pulls water molecules that have evaporated and turn it into water and restore it in the water Tanks.
We can also collect the water from the meteorites after they have been hit on the moon. The surroundings have bits of hydrogen in the air so we can use a machine that pulls water molecules that have evaporated and turn it into water and restore it in the water Tanks. Super-Hot Drills, Water recycling tanks and Humidity
Irrigation in house GREENHOUSE, artificial light. Food – The Greenhouse on the moon helps us to grow and eat healthy food that will be transported through the Hybrid Airbot and a set or pipelines. It is powered by solar energy. The water tanks on the moon are also used for irrigation and are transported through a set of pipelines that filter or adds nutrients if necessary. The greenhouse is fully automated and controlled.
solar Electricity or even the regloth to make fuel. Regloth is created using the lunar ice the oxygen and hydrogen in the ice helps to make regloth and its even can be used for nuclear power in the future too. Also, we are using sustainable power too. Regloth is created using the lunar ice the oxygen and hydrogen in the ice helps to make regloth and its even can be used for nuclear power in the future too. Also, we are using sustainable power too. We also have a radiation to energy converter and Hydrogen tank
Air- no atmosphere but may be the lunar ice can breakthrough to make oxygen and hydrogen and taking oxygen from regolith. We may also try to implement artificial trees to the moon base to generate oxygen there.
Protection- Radiation shield above the moon phase and making inside with a height of 20ft. and while traveling out using radiation protecting space suits. Our walls are radiation protectors that would protect the people from radiation in the moon. Moving on to the moon base, it is portable, operated by a remote, and contains two levels of supporters and an energy receiver. The upper level has necessities such as a bed, a table, and a chair, while the bottom level features a workout area, a lava tube, and a few oxygens tanks. We have Airbot that helps to carry things from one place to another.
Describe a day on the Moon for one of your Moon Camp astronauts
A day on the moon is a dream come true for anyone. A day on the moon would start off with a normal routine. Breathing the fresh air from the lunar soil where we heat it up, filter the harmful particles and store it in a tank. Time for Breakfast! We eat some delicious food made from the greenhouse. It is fully automated and controlled automatically. We can easily grow plants using AI and ML. Good, now to call my family. You might think that it is impossible to have electricity on the Moon, but we made impossible to I am possible. We converted the radiation on the moon into energy by using the radiation convertor. We also have solar panels as the moon is nearly always sunny. Thus, saving me from the radiation and supplying energy to the satellites. Ok then, Now I am thirsty! Wait a second! There is no water on the moon! Oh, I remember that I have a water storage tank. Phew! Now, I got some crushed paper. I do not have time to sort this all out! So, let me use the Smartbin, which segregates the waste according to the waste type. I go down the ramp and do my 1-hour exercise to keep my muscles working! It is time to go to the moon rover. I start doing some more research and now time to sleep! What a trip to the moon! These are the key points of our daily life on the moon.
Learning about more features and functions about the camp.
Drones for astronauts to study.
Do fun activities to keep entertained
Make surroundings sustainable by e cycling trash and making crafts
Apollo Modern Base
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 12 im. Kornela Makuszyńskiego … w Bełchatowie
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