Astronauts on the Moon must have homes that protect them like no home on Earth would ever need to do. Teams of participants roll sheets of newspaper to create "logs," which are stapled together to frame a "habitat" and "airlock." The structure is covered with a bedsheet and decorated with the NASA logo.
Globus, Al (May 07, 2016). “Space Settlement Basics.”
Will We Ever Colonize Mars?
Last Mission to the Moon
Apollo 11 in Real Time
European Space Agency Video: Building a Moon Base
• NOVA video: Extreme Temperatures on the Moon
NASA videos: A Day in the Life Aboard the International Space Station
Pat Rawlings Space Art
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• Understanding Martian Resources and Environmental Constraints
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