The history of humans in space is filled with accidents and incidents, including the death of several astronauts. When we look back to the creation of the first moon base, will we see technology malfunctions, failures of materials, astronauts dying from lack of air, no water, no food?
This is the future we seek to avert by starting up a new testing facility for moon habitation here on Earth.
While large vacuum vessels are available in the United States, such a large vacuum vessel has never been made in Australia.
We also believe it is important to get people involved with the future of space travel. So we plan to open this simulated lunar environment to the public to let them see it and experiment.