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Τετάρτη, 6 Φεβρουαρίου 2019

Beautiful Moon Base Concept Puts Inflatable Modules in Craters

ΣΧΟΛΙΟ ΙΣΤΟΛΟΓΙΟΥ : Να κάτι τέτοια κάνουμε, τους δίνουμε γνώση και ιδέες...και μετά μας γυρίζει μπούμεραγκ όλο αυτό από το ολέθριο γένος που μας κλέβει γνώση και τα μυστικά της επιβίωσης στο διάστημα. Τι το ήθελαν αυτό οι φοιτητές από το Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο.;;

Second Home

It now seems like just a matter of time before humans are living on the Moon. NASAChina’s CNSA, Russia’s Roscomos, and various private companies are all planning lunar colonization missions.
Less certain is what a Moon base should look like — but a team of students at Greece’s National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) has a worthwhile suggestion.

Team NTUA

As a part of the European Space Agency’s Spaceship EAC initiative, NTUA students studying a range of disciplines, from aerospace engineering to biology, worked together on a Moon base design that recently earned them the runner-up distinction during an international competition.
Architecture student Angelus Chrysovalantis Alfatzis described his team’s design in an ESA blog post.
“Our idea is to transport inflatable modules to the base of a small crater on the South Polar Region of the Moon, and then gradually fill the cavity with lunar soil, until the modules are effectively buried,” he told the ESA.
“Metres of shielding will protect those inside from radiation,” Alfatzis continued. “Building inside a crater will also help insulate due to the stable temperature of the Moon’s underground environment and provides cover from the threat of micrometeoroids.”

Seeing Is Believing

A video that served as part of the NTUA team’s submission for the competition provides additional details on their proposed Moon base, bringing to life their futuristic vision for lunar colonization.
 READ MORE: This Wild Moon Base Idea Came From Architecture Students [Space.com]

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