In Moon Camp Pioneers each team’s mission is to 3D design a complete Moon Camp using Fusion 360. 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.
The main goal of the project is scientific and tourism. At the lunar camp, scientists will be able to study the nature of the moon and the cosmos itself, while tourism because tourists will be able to travel to the moon. They will be able to spend 1 day or night or visit the camp and the environment on the moon.
2.1 Where do you want to build your Moon Camp?
We want to build a camp in a place where it is neither warm nor hot – the camp will be at the South Pole; The camp must also be in a crater in which a second crater is built because:
1. There is more gravity in the crater
2. When there are various cataclysms, the crater will be covered with titanium tiles and will be protected from, for example hurricanes and meteor showers.
3. There will be fewer hurricanes in the crater, and a smaller crater built into the crater is needed so that we do not have to worry about digging because at least that part must be insulated with aluminum tiles and an aquatic ecosystem built inside.
2.2 How do you plan to build your Moon Camp? Describe the techniques, materials and your design choices.
The material will reach the moon using a rocket (SEADRAGON). It is a very large rocket and will carry all the necessary materials. 2 people with 30 robots and necessary materials will leave. First, a mini-base will be built where humans and robots will take do most of the work .As we know, the surface of the moon is covered with moon dust, which damages the equipment, so it is the duty of 2 people to repair the robots. Robots will build a mini base When the mini base is built then the moon will travel with falcon 9 staff with additional material. Later on when humans will have shelter robots and humans start setting up a main camp.
2.3 The environment on the Moon is very dangerous for the astronauts. Explain how your Moon Camp will protect them. (maximum 150 words)
The camp will be built into the crater. The crater will protect us from cataclysms such as meteor showers and storms as well as enter the camp building material with metal which will additionally protect us from radiation. The camp will be completely isolated from the environment, which will provide additional protection.
2.4 Explain how your Moon Camp will provide the astronauts with:
The astronauts will be provided with the water which was supplied from the earth. Also water will be received by melting the Ice.
The food will mostly come from the earth but there will be greenhouses in the camp and the aquatic ecosystem which will supply the fish
We are going to build a nuclear power plant for energy. It is known that the moon contains a large amount of helium3 which is a radioactive substance and can be recycled into energy
Bacteria such as nitrosopumilus maritimus will enter the aquatic ecosystem. They live in the ocean and emit oxygen not by photosynthesis but by oxygen
2.5 Explain what would be the main purpose of your Moon Camp.
The purpose of the camp is development of tourism and scientific researches. Tourists will be able to visit the camp and pass through the moon in suits, as well as when tourists arrive the rocket will bring with it the materials and resources needed to sustain life in the camp. As for a scientific purpose- scientists will be able to build laboratories in the camp and explore space.
3.1 Describe a day on the Moon for your Moon Camp astronaut crew.
The description will be written in person’s view-
I woke up in the morning with an alarm clock that rings every day at 7am because tourists arrive today and need their services. First I got organized and then I went to test the water, I caught some fish that need to be taken as food. Then I went to have breakfast. After that, the tourists arrived .. Today, it is my turn to be their guide and the members of my team decided to set up camp, download the cargo imported from the earth and focus on scientific issues. After 3 hours I introduced the tourists to the camp and took them to their rooms, then I had lunch and went outside to check the circumstances. Of course I put on my suit after 2 hours of checking.Then I had the supper and went for sleep.
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