Growing plants in space is both easier and harder than you’d think. Dr Tory Clarke takes us through the challenges astronauts and colonisers will face when they try.
Boswell Technologies is happy to see Australian expertise being selected for our moon rover.
EM2 in the Pub, Part 3: The Geology of the Moon and Mars – featuring DUST and Professor Penny King (Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU). This pub night in Canberra brought together a range of experts to discuss the issues associated with colonising the Moon. EM2 is the Earth to Moon to Mars project,Continue reading “EM2 in the Pub, Part 3: the geology of the Moon and Mars”
Dr Brad Tucker from the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, gives an overview of some of the resources on the moon, and the countries interested in them.
What resources can we take to the moon? Can we use what’s already there? EM2 is the Earth to Moon to Mars projects, to develop and test technology for humankind’s colonisation of other worlds. NASA has identified a moon base as the springboard to a Mars base, so Boswell Technologies is spearheading a grass rootsContinue reading “Entropy of the lunar supply chain”
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 toContinue reading “How can we protect astronauts on other worlds?”