Humans have started planning to colonize Mars and this is how life will be there

 
Humans have started planning to colonize Mars and this is how life will be there  An American company, in cooperation with the space agency "NASA", has developed a practical plan to colonize the planet Mars, which it is believed that humans will reach it soon and will be able to live on its surface.  The company, in cooperation with NASA, used 3D printing technology to draw and produce a human base or a residential city in order to start implementing it on the surface of the Red Planet once it is reached. and areas for growing crops. And the British newspaper "Daily Mail" said, in a report seen by "Al Quds Al Arabi", that people are still fascinated by the red planet since its discovery by Galileo in 1610, while the fever of the moon race seized the world, and after Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the surface of the moon. In 1969 the human race almost immediately set its sights on its next target, Mars.  The newspaper pointed out that the new space race, in which billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson, participates, has created ideas for people to put their feet in other worlds outside ours. Among them, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has expressed his desire to establish a colony of one million people on Mars by 2050. Texas-based construction technology startup ICON has built the first blueprint for a human base using 3D printing technology, in partnership with NASA.  According to the company, "This is the preferred technology for building extraterrestrial habitats due to the lack of required building materials," according to the Daily Mail. The newspaper says that the 158-square-meter architectural unit known as "Mars Dune Alpha" is currently under construction at the Johnson Space Center in Texas. And last August, the US space agency said it was welcoming applicants to participate in a one-year project to simulate life on a distant world, which is set to begin in the fall of next year.  There will be three such missions, each consisting of four crew members who live and work in the 3D-printed ICON unit. These architectural modules will simulate important challenges on Mars, including resource constraints, equipment failures, communications delays, and other environmental stresses. Crew duties may include simulating spacewalks, scientific research, using virtual reality and robotic controls, and exchanging communications.  "This is the most accurate habitat ever simulated by humans," said Jason Ballard, co-founder of the producing company. Mars Dune Alpha is meant to serve a very specific purpose, which is to prepare humans to live on another planet. "We wanted to develop as close a model as possible to help humanity's dream of expanding into the stars," Ballard added.  Last week, Musk also revealed a plan to move the "future ark" to Mars, although scientists laughed at it. They said the claim was nothing more than a "cool audio clip" and the reality was centuries away and would be very difficult to achieve. "The next really big thing is to build a self-sufficient city on Mars and bring the animals and creatures on Earth there," Musk said. "It's kind of like a futuristic Noah's Ark," he continued. We'll bring more than two, though it's a bit strange if there are only two." In response to a question about the human base and when it could be built, Musk tweeted, "It is possible that a base will be built in 2028."  Chinese model Meanwhile, the "State of Mars" project was created by the Chinese design firm in partnership with Chinese tech giant Xiaomi. Unveiled in 2018, it is a compact, self-contained living space measuring just 7.8 feet long, 7.8 feet wide and 6.5 feet high. The "living bubble" attached to the base can be inflated, collapsed, and folded inside itself "like packing and unpacking a bag." Inside, there is a main living area that appears to be a bathroom, a desk, some chairs and a storage area. Smartphones, such as those made by Xiaomi, can be used to control devices and other functions, such as lighting in the home. Another Chinese design was unveiled by C-Space called the Mars Base 1 also known as Camp Mars.  Built in China's Gobi Desert, the Red Planet simulator is a 574,000-square-foot (53,000-square-meter) complex. The Chinese Space Agency hopes that the camp will become a center for researchers and adventure seekers alike in the future to meet the challenges facing astronauts on Mars. The site was chosen to simulate the harsh landscape and living conditions on Mars as closely as possible.  The white base contains a silver dome and nine units, including the living quarters, the control room, a greenhouse and an airlock. Up to 60 people can be housed in a facility designed to resemble accommodations on Mars. The facility consists of several interconnected container units including a greenhouse and a mock decompression room.  Swiss design Meanwhile, scientists from the Swiss EPFL school have designed a self-sustaining research base that could support manned missions for several years at a time.  The multi-step plan includes sending a robot to Mars to build the base, harnessing the red planet's natural resources, and eventually sending a crew to its surface that can live there for at least nine months. The research base will consist of three different units, according to the scientists. The main installation of the base will include a central core that is 41 feet (12.5 meters) high and 16 feet (5 meters) in diameter.  Scientists describe it as a "small living space" that would house all important materials and goods, according to the report published by the British newspaper "Daily Mail". Three live capsules will be connected to the core via an air lock. Covering the space will be a dome made of polyethylene fibers and a layer of snow three meters thick, making it an igloo-like structure.  The dome will also represent additional living space, provide a second barrier to protect the crew from radiation and micrometeorites, and help keep pressure constant within the base, according to the scientists, who first shared their vision in 2018. In addition, they envision creating a crane system orbiting Mars. , to serve as a transport point for cargo between shuttles from Earth and the base on Mars. It can be reused up to six times and reduces the amount of payload sent from the ground between each flight. The concept was entered into a NASA competition inviting companies to submit 3D-printed habitats they believe could be used to colonize the Red Planet in the coming decades.

Humans have started planning to colonize Mars and this is how life will be there

An American company, in cooperation with the space agency "NASA", has developed a practical plan to colonize the planet Mars, which it is believed that humans will reach it soon and will be able to live on its surface.

The company, in cooperation with NASA, used 3D printing technology to draw and produce a human base or a residential city in order to start implementing it on the surface of the Red Planet once it is reached. and areas for growing crops.

And the British newspaper "Daily Mail" said, in a report seen by "Al Quds Al Arabi", that people are still fascinated by the red planet since its discovery by Galileo in 1610, while the fever of the moon race seized the world, and after Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the surface of the moon. In 1969 the human race almost immediately set its sights on its next target, Mars.

The newspaper pointed out that the new space race, in which billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson, participates, has created ideas for people to put their feet in other worlds outside ours.

Among them, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has expressed his desire to establish a colony of one million people on Mars by 2050.

Texas-based construction technology startup ICON has built the first blueprint for a human base using 3D printing technology, in partnership with NASA.

According to the company, "This is the preferred technology for building extraterrestrial habitats due to the lack of required building materials," according to the Daily Mail.

The newspaper says that the 158-square-meter architectural unit known as "Mars Dune Alpha" is currently under construction at the Johnson Space Center in Texas.

And last August, the US space agency said it was welcoming applicants to participate in a one-year project to simulate life on a distant world, which is set to begin in the fall of next year.

There will be three such missions, each consisting of four crew members who live and work in the 3D-printed ICON unit.

These architectural modules will simulate important challenges on Mars, including resource constraints, equipment failures, communications delays, and other environmental stresses. Crew duties may include simulating spacewalks, scientific research, using virtual reality and robotic controls, and exchanging communications.

"This is the most accurate habitat ever simulated by humans," said Jason Ballard, co-founder of the producing company.

Mars Dune Alpha is meant to serve a very specific purpose, which is to prepare humans to live on another planet.

"We wanted to develop as close a model as possible to help humanity's dream of expanding into the stars," Ballard added.

Last week, Musk also revealed a plan to move the "future ark" to Mars, although scientists laughed at it. They said the claim was nothing more than a "cool audio clip" and the reality was centuries away and would be very difficult to achieve.

"The next really big thing is to build a self-sufficient city on Mars and bring the animals and creatures on Earth there," Musk said.

"It's kind of like a futuristic Noah's Ark," he continued. We'll bring more than two, though it's a bit strange if there are only two."

In response to a question about the human base and when it could be built, Musk tweeted, "It is possible that a base will be built in 2028."

Chinese model

Meanwhile, the "State of Mars" project was created by the Chinese design firm in partnership with Chinese tech giant Xiaomi.

Unveiled in 2018, it is a compact, self-contained living space measuring just 7.8 feet long, 7.8 feet wide and 6.5 feet high. The "living bubble" attached to the base can be inflated, collapsed, and folded inside itself "like packing and unpacking a bag."

Inside, there is a main living area that appears to be a bathroom, a desk, some chairs and a storage area.

Smartphones, such as those made by Xiaomi, can be used to control devices and other functions, such as lighting in the home.

Another Chinese design was unveiled by C-Space called the Mars Base 1 also known as Camp Mars.


Built in China's Gobi Desert, the Red Planet simulator is a 574,000-square-foot (53,000-square-meter) complex.

The Chinese Space Agency hopes that the camp will become a center for researchers and adventure seekers alike in the future to meet the challenges facing astronauts on Mars. The site was chosen to simulate the harsh landscape and living conditions on Mars as closely as possible.

The white base contains a silver dome and nine units, including the living quarters, the control room, a greenhouse and an airlock.

Up to 60 people can be housed in a facility designed to resemble accommodations on Mars. The facility consists of several interconnected container units including a greenhouse and a mock decompression room.

Swiss design

Meanwhile, scientists from the Swiss EPFL school have designed a self-sustaining research base that could support manned missions for several years at a time.

The multi-step plan includes sending a robot to Mars to build the base, harnessing the red planet's natural resources, and eventually sending a crew to its surface that can live there for at least nine months.

The research base will consist of three different units, according to the scientists. The main installation of the base will include a central core that is 41 feet (12.5 meters) high and 16 feet (5 meters) in diameter.

Scientists describe it as a "small living space" that would house all important materials and goods, according to the report published by the British newspaper "Daily Mail".

Three live capsules will be connected to the core via an air lock. Covering the space will be a dome made of polyethylene fibers and a layer of snow three meters thick, making it an igloo-like structure.

The dome will also represent additional living space, provide a second barrier to protect the crew from radiation and micrometeorites, and help keep pressure constant within the base, according to the scientists, who first shared their vision in 2018.

In addition, they envision creating a crane system orbiting Mars. , to serve as a transport point for cargo between shuttles from Earth and the base on Mars. It can be reused up to six times and reduces the amount of payload sent from the ground between each flight.

The concept was entered into a NASA competition inviting companies to submit 3D-printed habitats they believe could be used to colonize the Red Planet in the coming decades.

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