MISSION TO MARS BY JONATHAN CRUZ

Class: GeoSpace

Date:12/12/2016

Period:8

INTRO:

This is a mission that is going to begin in January 18, 2020 at Cape Canaveral, Florida and it involves traveling to mars. The goal is to set up communication and base of operation to expanded from. The mission will take about 5 years, it will take 2 years to get there then 1 years to work and set up the technology then 2 years to go back. Supply's will be sent 2 hours ahead of time in another ship.

CREW MEMBERS:

There are 4 crew members including myself that will embark on this mission. The crew members are Jesus, Carlos, Juan and I, Jonathan. Carlos is the engineer and communication expert with bachelors in Computer Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Electronics & Communications Engineering and Physics & Mathematics.He is also funny and flexible. Jesus is the pilot with a bachelors in Physics & Mathematics and Computer Science & Engineering, was head of his class with 3,000 hours of flying time. He is also determined and sees projects through the end. Juan is the co-Pilate with 2000 hours and a bachelor in Physics & Mathematics. He is flexible. I am there to help out the engineer, I have bachelors in Chemical Engineering and engineering itself and determined.

SPACE TRAVEL:

Are ship is designed after the falcon nine model with improvements it still has the capsule has a capacity for 6 astronauts even though there are four going. They have nine engines which in case of engine shut down two of them will automatic turn on.The falcon nine outer layer is made out of metal/rubber to stop meteoroids from piercing the armor and hurting the crew. Along with the metal/rubber shields we will create a exercise room that has artificial gravity created by the rotation of the room. The air craft that we sent ahead has supply's like food, rope, 3D Printers, Communication equipment, oxygen tanks, suites, first aid kits, blankets heating and cooling units, a lot of water, Fuels or other energy as well as tents and materials to build better shelter and storage.

LIVING ON MARS

Mars temperature will hit lows of -200F and highs of 250F. There are also a lot of wind that kicks up dust and cause storms which can last months. It will be able to with stand the storms with no internal damage as well as keeping the inside cool or hot depending on the weather outside. The air pressure will be greater in the ship then out side to recreate earth and it will be closed solid to keep sand out as well as keeping oxygen inside. Are space suites will be flexible and aerodynamic as well as comfortably. We will also build a self sustaining green house to help with oxygen, food and boredom. We will also bring a filtration system and extra hydrogen and oxygen to produce water. Test the soil to see if it is harmful. Test the air quality and search for living organisms. Then find a good open area were we can start building from. Also have enough room others.

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