Future of Space Exploration
Solar Power For Lunar Living
The solar arrays convert sunlight from the Sun to the astronauts for power so astronauts will be able to scout the moon and build their base there.
In the future after someone lands on the moon, solar arrays move out and provide energy to the astronauts.
Soon, there will be bigger Sun-tracking arrays so that there will be more better power levels for more exploration with the powered moon buggy.
- Instead of the big Sun-tracking arrays powering the moon buggy, the moon buggy has its own mini solar array to charge itself.
Life on The Moon
NASA had a life and work on the moon contest and they had the contest to see visions of what the future might have if life and work was a thing in the future.
In the near future, enough power and energy will be produced for humans to work on the moon for at least a couple weeks or a month.
Some ideas for the future was, if people lived on the moon, they would learn what the difference between Earth and the moon is.
- Also other things students would do on the moon is building a model of a lunar colony to present to their classmates.
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Life in a Sealed Container
Once Lunar Living has been finished students will pick activities to study like lunar habitat and exploration.
Other things students will do is they will lunar landers, robots, and other things.
Some other ideas of lunar living is making edible models of things on the moon.
The time studying and creating is lasting only for one week.
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