Such as SpaceX continues to develop Starshipspacecraft that will one day be able to take humans to Mars, Some people are already thinking about what the future of life will look like on the Red Planet. In addition to Projects implemented by companiesThe institute auf dem Rosenberg in Switzerland has revealed a New 3D-printed habitat paves the way for residents across the land of Mars.
a Home of space Rosenberg Developed by students in partnership with SAGA Space Architects. As Institut auf dem Rosenberg explains, the structure, which is just over seven meters high, It’s made from sustainable materials and designed to be flown aboard the SpaceX spacecraft on future trips to Mars.
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Over the course of two years, SAGA Space Architects and students collaborated to develop the habitat. The The exoskeleton is 3D printedAnd the Using special polymers produces a more flexible, durable and recyclable material.
On Earth, home will be like A place where students can learn more about the elements necessary for human survival in space. secondly boarding schoolWith the tools available, it will be possible to conduct a wide range of experiments, which include drones and even the Boston Dynamics Spot robot dog.
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