Mars plan chris perez


The day we will set the mission to go to mars, would have to be in like a few year or two. it would take some planing to do and a lot of time to try things out. We are launching from the launch pad that is just outside of Los Angeles in March in the year 2021.

The goal of going to mars would be to see if human life could stand on the Mars for some remainder 2of time. or how long the human life could last on mars.

it would take my crew an average of 162 day to reach mars. Because there are no supplies we will send a rocket about two weeks ahead of our launch with supplies: a 3-D printer, Fuels, habitat, Food production space, Energy production and storage.

Crew Selection -

Damian, our pilot, Chris Perez (me), the lead scientist in charge of all of the experiments, Jesse, medical specialist and Sergio, engineer - who's in charge of fixing all of the equipment.

Training - All of us have advanced degrees. Damian was in the Air Force and was a great pilot. Jesse, Sergio and I all went to Harvard. Jesse got his doctor's degree in medicine. I got my master's in biology and Sergio got a master's in engineering. Sergio also has experience working as a mechanic at O'Reiley's Autoparts.

We all passed the NASA training program. The program is 2 years long. We studies how to give speeches, survival training, learn about our ship and how works and how to work together as a team. We already worked well because we all went to Harvard together.

Space Travel

Rocket - There are three parts to the rocket. Two parts come off. One of those parts gets the ship into space and then falls to the ocean. The second part that comes off pushes the ship into a new a new orbit. The third part is the ship, which will take us to Mars. The rocket has reinforced steel to stop the meteorites from making holes in the rocket. The space suits will protect us from solar radiation. The ship also has solar panels, which are used to reflect the radiation from the ship. Because we are in zero gravity, we have to hang out in a room that spins us around putting pressure on us to help with bones and muscle loss. Since there is not a lot of room, we would take a Ps4 and some games. We'll also bring food, water and some clothes.

Living on Mars

The habitat that me and my crew would be living in would be underground. we would have small dorms down there for each of us and a dorm for pretty much everything we may need down there. We would have a dorm everything we had sent up there, like the supplies we may need with living on mars. other things need would be s green house, using U.V lights. Extracting water from the air. experiments were going to do. scientist collect the big amours of CO2 of mars atmosphere and use electricity to split the molecules into oxygen and carbon. This would give us a good supply of oxygen to breath.


Created with images by upsidedown astronomer - "Mars from last night" • PIRO4D - "astronaut isolated nasa" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "DSCOVR Liftoff"

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