2.1 Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?
Best location: Shackleton crater
1.Since the lunar rotation axis has only a small axial tilt toward the ecliptic plane, only 1.5, some deep craters near the poles never receive any sunlight and are permanently sheltered.There is a lot of water ice and water source in the crater.
2.The location of power stations in the poles is reasonable, and some areas are always exposed to sunlight, giving solar power to the polar regions.
3.Some sites around the Shackleton crater are almost exposed to constant light.In these places, sunlight can almost always be converted into electricity through solar panels and power stations.Therefore, this is a good place for the future moon landing.Since the sun is directly above the base, the temperature here is also more favorable than the equatorial latitude.
4.In the polar region, the sun has small exposure angles, little temperature change and long-term low temperatures.
5.The influence of electromagnetic radiation can be avoided underground.
2.2 How do you plan to build your Moon Camp? Describe the techniques, materials and your design choices.
Part of the small equipment in the lunar camp was built by 3D printing, with the rest using local materials and transporting some materials and equipment from the Earth.For example, the necessary infrastructure and parts needed for daily scientific research can be obtained by 3D printing, and the silicon dioxide needed for solar panels and the metal materials needed for the construction of lunar bases can be used directly on the moon.
2.3 The environment on the Moon is very dangerous for the astronauts. Explain how your Moon Camp will protect them. (maximum 150 words)
First, given that the moon is a low-gravity environment that can damage their bones and affect their health, our lunar camp has a gym for astronauts to exercise regularly.In addition, we use medical equipment to check the bodies of astronauts and generate health assessments; second, to reduce the impact of radiation, part of the buildings are built underground; then, the lack of atmospheric protection on the moon, lots of meteorites attracted to lunar gravity, so radar detection devices, astronauts can watch the impact of the entire lunar camp, all the exposure to the moon, will be performed by our intelligent robots.