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  1. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot David Heck Jan. 22, 2018

  2. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • What we need to do • Review our goals & organization • Determine what we need on the Moon Base • Figure out what information we need • Find sources of information & gather data • Put together the pieces • Build it, Model it, Print it, Assemble it

  3. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Review our goals • Main Goal: Design a Hawai’ian Moon Base Analogue • Determine what’s needed, plus what would be good to have • Figure out how many structures, what type/style, how big • Layout the structures, connections, airlock locations, etc. • 2nd Goal: Model/Build/Print a scale model display • Show structures, landing pad/blast deflector, moonscape • Scaled to fit in a custom travel display case (suit case sized)

  4. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Moon Base Basic Requirements • Provide a place for a team of 4 to live & work for 6 months in a Moon-like environment (spacesuits, airlocks, etc.) • Make it look & operate like a real Moon Base. • Keep it small, keep it light. • Costs $60,000 to put 1 lb. on the Moon. • Putting an microwave oven on the Moon would cost $1,920,000 • Crazy ideas are okay. They just might work, or spark a breakthrough. • Assumptions for the real Moon Base: • Phase 1 is just the basics, minimum to survive & prep for Phase 2 • Building exterior 3-D printed moon dirt, interior is inflated (ESA model) • Supplies & equipment arrives from Earth • Phase 2 has working farm, light fabrication, etc.

  5. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Assumptions to use • Initial Moon landings (Pre-Phase 1) • Cargo, robots & basic habitat inflatable habitat • How many buildings? How big? Don’t forget the workspace. • How do you connect them together? • How does all this work • Hawaii Moon Base: • Fully functional Phase 1 facility • Exploring, preparing for Phase 2 • Testing tech – recycling, repurposing, growing, printing, melting

  6. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Review our organization • Who’s on the team? How many schools? Do we need more? How do we get them? • We need to find an experienced professional to lead. Be an interface to Henk and to tech experts, preferably in Hawaii • Need a lead from each school. Who’s the leader? Who wants to be? • One school has a team name. Do we want one for the whole team? Maybe something that can grow into a multi-year, interschool collaboration? • Decide when to have meetings. Bi-weekly leader calls?

  7. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Determine what’s needed on the Moon Base • Think of your house. What things do you use daily? • Think of your daily routine. What do you do before school, when you get home from school? • Walk around your house with a notebook & record what you see. • How big are the rooms in the house? Bathroom, bedroom? Get a tape measure & measure the smallest bathroom, your bed, desk. • Now think about structures & “systems”. • Do you have a garage? what’s in it? • Is your house hot? Why not? Look at that system, inside & outside. Any switches/wires/tubes? • Where does your water come from? Is it hot? How? • Where’s the electricity come from? Find the circuit breaker panel. • Do you have a garden? What does your garden need?

  8. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Determine what’s needed on the Moon Base • What do you think is needed for the Moon Base? • Review your lists. Group them together when it makes sense. • How many buildings? How big? Don’t forget the workspace. • How do you connect them together? • How does all this work • What particular problems exist on the Moon • Light, dark, hot, cold, no air, moon dust, rocks, meteors, radiation • Power (how much?) • Where can we find relevant information & ideas?

  9. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Find sources of information & gather data • NASA • http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/240373main_06-06-08-LSS%20BAA%20Compilation%20of%20briefings% • http://spacearchitect.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/3D-printed-moon-base-SinterHab_membranes.jpg • http://images.gizmag.com/inline/sinterhab-moon-base-4.jpg • http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-ro9Bl7W1bYE/T6GIAdXbDHI/AAAAAAAADpk/aNiVTjMKUYs/s640/NASA_Moon_base.gif • https://static.dezeen.com/uploads/2013/03/dezeen_3D-printed-moon-base-5.jpg • http://spacearchitect.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Lunar-Architecture-Team-studies-Hybrid-Inflatable-Habitat-isometric-internal-view-NASA-Scott-Howe-Larry-Toups-Kriss-Kennedy-et-al-2008-09.jpg • https://www.newscientist.com/data/galleries/lunar-base-designs/8inflatablesweb.jpg • https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/lightweight_materials3.jpg

  10. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot Find sources of information & gather data NASA 2008 Concept Inflated structures based on Bigelow Aerospace products in orbit

  11. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • ESA • http://www.esa.int/About_Us/DG_s_news_and_views/Moon_Village_humans_and_robots_together_on_the_Moon • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_yIsLwI0H4 • http://assets.inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2013/01/Foster_partners_Lunar_Base2.jpg • https://tr1.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/2014/11/11/1bf015e1-23f1-4ffd-b551-25f477da6ec5/d52e343c18e6f87bfa6edb3da87541f6/screen-shot-2014-11-10-at-2-13-24-pm.png • Companies • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmvcgcD9N2cBigelow Moon Base • http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/Moon_Base_Bigelow_Aerospace_ZoomOut_Wide.jpg • http://www.mars-one.com/images/uploads/Mars_One_Habitat_ECLSS_Conceptual_Design_Assessment.pdf • https://hi-seas.org/?p=1278HI-SEAS • News • http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3507665/Could-living-moon-2022-Nasa-scientists-reveal-plans-build-lunar-base-six-years-10-billion.htmlGOOD PICTURES

  12. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Put the pieces together • Take our list of needed things • Look at what NASA, ESA, Bigelow, HI-SEAS did • Adapt to our needs, keeping future growth in mind • Determine how big our architectural model of the Hawaii Moon Base should be. • Start sizing the architectural model pieces • Habitats, work areas, other structures

  13. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot • Build it, Model it, Print it, Assemble it • Review our goals & organization • Figure out what information we need • Find sources of information & gather data • Put together the pieces

  14. Hawaii Moon Base Reboot EXAMPLES

  15. Background, Early Concepts Everything must be buried under 2-3 meters of soil to protect against radiation, temperature changes (-200F to +250F), and small meteor impact.

  16. NASA Antarctic Trial

  17. European Space Agency 3-D printed design ESA Moon Village based in part on shelters sold by Concrete Canvas, UK • Concrete Canvas shelters are shown on the next page. • Use these as a baseline for sizes of your 3-D Printed-Inflated Structures

  18. Concrete Canvas Shelter Information ESA Moon Village based in part on shelters sold by Concrete Canvas, UK Larger view on next page

  19. HI-SEAS Layout • Comments • Limited privacy, thin walls. Open architecture, but noisy • External workshop

  20. Building Connector with Inflated Tubes Metal Main Structure Soft Inflated connection Metal flanged attach ring

  21. Individual Crew Quarters • Desk under bed • Toilet, sink • Mini-fridge • Microwave (tiny) • 2 seat couch • Small dresser Door

  22. Tiny House Nation Inspiration

  23. Concepts

  24. Concepts