Traveling to Mars A Vital Misson


Kennedy Space Center Florida, 5/15/2030

The goal of this mission is to colonize the planet of Mars. Time is running out and if we don't start now then the Sun will envelop the Earth before we can transfer the people of Earth to that of the planet Mars.

This particular mission will take a MINIMUM of 10 Years for a number of exactly 20 trips to Mars and a MAXIMUM of 50.0 Years for 100 trips.

Supplies include food, water, oxygen, and the rest has been sent to Mars ahead of the crew. All supplies sent ahead of the crew include food, water, living habitats which have been artificially created by man, and all the living comforts of home that could be sent via ship. The supplies these particular astronauts will take with them per trip are 998 pounds of food per astronaut, 1488 ounces of water per astronaut, and enough oxygen to make it safely to Mars and a created living habitat for humankind each journey should take about six months. This process is repeated per trip. There is also a mini TV accompanied by a satellite for entertainment purposes.

The point of this mission is to simply relocate enough of the World's population in order to populate Mars and save humanity before the destruction of both our own Earth as well as the Sun.

Crew Selection

This selection is per flight.

Rayquaza (Pilot)- with Distant visual acuity: 20/20 Each Eye, Blood Pressure 140/90 measured in sitting position, Height 64 inches, has a Bachelor's degree from accredited institution in engineering, and mathematics, and advanced degree. The quality of his academic preparation is acceptably high as well. He has experienced several long hours past one thousand in piloting a jet aircraft, and his ability to pass the NASA physical is outstanding.

Deoxys (Commander) 20/20 Each Eye. Blood Pressure of 140/90 measured in sitting position, height 62 inches, has a Bachelors degree from accredited institution in both biological and physical science as well as mathematics. He has experienced two thousand hours in piloting a jet aircraft and has proven capable of handling this mission.

Charizard (Mission Specialist). Has a Doctoral Degree. 20/20 Each Eye. Blood Pressure 140/90 measured in sitting position, height 59 inches.

And a reasonable number of families to go to Mars with varying skills and expertise.

Space Travel

Put simply we are going to use the very same rocket design as Falcon 9. to start things off there is the Interstage which is composed of a structure that connects the first and second stages of the rocket and holds within it a release and separation system that causes low shock and can be tested on the ground, unlike other rockets from the past. The first stage has a total of nine Merlin engines and aluminum lithium alloy tanks containing liquid oxygen and rocket grade kerosene propellant the Merlin engines are responsible for making sure the engine launches successfully into space with a hold before release system that is activated at ignition and guarantees top performance. The second stage is powered by a single Merlin vacuum engine which delivers things to the desired orbit. The second stage engine ignites a few seconds after stage separation. The separation can be restarted multiple times in order to deliver different objects into different places in the Solar System. In order to form maximum reliability the second stage has redundant igniter systems. Like the first stage the second stage is made from a high strength aluminum lithium alloy. The dangers of space being many requires a space ship with efficient fuel and a thick light shielding around the rocket so that it won't slow the rocket down. In order to do this we will need a shielding that consist of multiple layers of foam, (as ridiculous as that sounds) metal plates, and bullet proof material of a light weight. Next is the worries of the crew itself as within the vacuum of space their bones and muscles would break down and decompose, in order to fix this problem their will be a small room on board with just enough space for each astronaut and family member. The room will consist of anti gravity and have multiple tools and machines purely dedicated to exercising and allowing the astronauts to use their muscles and bones. Since all tools and supplies needed for survival including wildlife, plants, and an artificial environment were sent ahead of the people they only need to concern themselves with surviving the journey there.

Living on Mars

The living conditions of Mars will be harsh as their are high winds and dust storms even with the plants that had been planted before. In order to survive the crew's best chance for survival is to remain within their artificial environment with the plants and trees around them. Their first step is to begin the growing of trees as by planting different kinds and moving them outside it will help in holding the soil down and blocking some of the dust eventually allowing for farms and other soil related things and projects to take place. They will also work on tending to what is already there in order to help protect and develop what is already on Mars for the rest of humanity. They'll need to keep the animals around and make future generations are a potential thing. As for the environment, they will already have plants and trees for air and by using the melted Ice caps of the planet they shall have an efficient and reliable source of water within a recycling chamber that creates artificial environments for the water cycle to take place. Other than that they can just figure out what to do and help prepare Mars for more people and creatures in the future. Good luck humanity!


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