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Questions regarding the formation of a new colony on another planet or other body.

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On Earth we have the idea of constant ground temperature. Builders in North America think of it as 55 degrees at 5 feet down (not quite true, but close enough). At the surface it varies with the day. …
asked Jan 26 '17 by Johnny Robinson
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Here is my take on this. As people look at the economics of space, big things in space only start to make sense when the materials to build them are in space. That would mean the refineries and factor …
answered Aug 30 '16 by Johnny Robinson
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When a spacecraft lands on the moon, on unprepared ground, it must fling a lot of rocks and dust all around. If you are building a lunar base, the other components that are already there would be pelt …
asked Jan 3 '17 by Johnny Robinson
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The biggest obstacle of living on Titan is bound to be it's insane cold. People say space is cold, but space is a vacuum. A thermos bottle uses a vacuum as insulation. So wearing a space suit in a vac …
answered Mar 2 by Johnny Robinson
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The one big advantage Mars has over the moon is that it has a very wide range of chemicals available there. Probably everything we would eventually need is available on Mars. This is not the case with …
answered Dec 20 '16 by Johnny Robinson
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Suppose large settlements are established on the moon with lots of people and industrial activity. Based on what we know, what chemicals that are needed for human life and industry might be lacking? …
asked Dec 22 '16 by Johnny Robinson