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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: Leader

Odessa school № 5  Odessa    Ukraine
External link for 3d
Project description
  1. My project provides the life of astronauts on the moon for a long period. The projection displays independent

Infrastructure allows the astronaut to live in comfortable conditions, be safe and conduct research.


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

We want to place the base closer to the lunar poles. Because there is a lot of ice. In the project, we use ice as a continuous source of oxygen and water.


Water – we melted the ice.

We grow food on moon plantations.

We get energy from the sun using solar panels.

The air we extract from the melting of ice, regalite and from plants at the base.

How do you plan to build your Moon Camp? Which materials would you use?

For the construction of our bases we will use 3-D printing. The material will be regalite, molten by the sun’s rays.

The Moon environment is very dangerous for the astronauts. Explain how your Moon Camp will protect them.

To protect against large asteroids, the base provides laser installations located on the perimeter of the base. Near each installation there is a solar panel, thanks to which the installation is charging. Small asteroids will not be able to harm the base.

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

Main tasks for the day:

1. Extract water and oxygen from the ice heating plant.

2. Fill part of the water into the irrigation system at the plantation.

3. Refill the 3-D printer with molten rigolite.

4. Oxygen collected after melting ice and regolith charge in base provide system.

5. Continue research on the possibility of using a Gaussian gun to put cargo into orbit.

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