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.
I create my Moon Camp, thinking what will I need and what I want. I add a living and working room with together. There are swimming suits, a table and shelf that lots of food in it. There is toilet cabin; the astronouts can wash their face,brush their theeht. Next to that there is green house to produce their own foods. In the last cuby there are oxgyen tubes, radioisotope thermoelectric generator to produce energy and other rooms have connection with this room.
Space stations need electrical energy to move and direct their electronic devices, temperature control, communication with the earth. In the short periods of the space travels we can use disposable batteries. But in the long periods of the space travels Moon Camp need to produce our own energy. We can use radioisotope thermoelectric generator to have the energy. We have also a kind of a green house to produce our food, together with this we have a catery. There is oxygen tubes to let the astronouts take breath without anything. Astronouts have working and living facilities; like laboratory, sleeping suits, things that they can feel like home. By the way it is really important to let them feel comfortable and tranquility. The last and the most important part is to make exercise because of the bones and muscles loss. So there are some of treadmills and exercise gadgets.
Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?
On the far side of the Moon
Why did you choose this location?
I would rather put my Moon Camp on the far side of the Moon. Because; you know that the Moon is turning like a Wheel, so this means that we always see the same side of the Moon. That’s why it will be interesting to go to the far side of the Moon. Maybe we may also discover a creature or… Who knows?
How do you plan to build your Mooncamp? Which materials will you use?
In order to protect and provide our astronauts with the best facilities, we need to use the right material in the right place. We can use boron nitride, lonsdaleite outer layer that protect our astronouts including meteors. The cubbies will be made of aluminium composite. Our connection conduits are will be from the silicium.
We have enough water stocks together with foods.
We have food stocks enough to the astronouts, also there is a kind of a green house to produce our food, together with this we have a catery.
Space stations need electrical energy to move and direct their electronic devices, temperature control, communication with the earth. In the short periods of the space travels we can use disposable batteries. But in the long periods of the space travels Moon Camp need to produce our own energy. We can use radioisotope thermoelectric generator to have the energy.
There are lots of oxygen tubes to let the astronouts take breath without anything and these oxgyen tubes are connecting with rooms.
There is a outer layer that made from boron nitride or lonsdaleite. Also the cubbies made of aluminium composite which is really strong. So protection won’t be a problem for our atronouts.
Describe a day on the Moon for one of your Moon Camp astronauts
When they wake up they have a bathroom nook that they can brush there teeth, wash their face and hands and to relieve themselves. After that they can pick up whatever they want from the pockets and have their breakfast like a normal routine. To work, there are lots of technological gadgets and laboratories. Than they can do there daily exercise on the sport cubby. Whenever they get tired or sleepy they can sleep and have a rest safely in the sleeping suits.
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