Marsha is the name of a new kind of technology that helps us build the first settlements on Mars.
Human future is Mars. Even in this century, we will build the first settlements on Mars, where tens of thousands of people will live, work, and have children. To promote this, the US Space Agency ( NASA ) has organized many competitions to create technology and design Mars base.
The 'Mars house' is inspired by the hive.
In order for humans to live on this harsh planet, appropriate technologies need to be created so that sustainable materials and effective systems can be built for the first settlements. . Not long ago, NASA collaborated with Bradley University (USA) to organize a competition to design living space for Mars explorers (3D-Printed Habitat Challenge) .
We now know that the design winner of the competition is the Marsha Project of the AI SpaceFactory, from New York. Engineers introduced 3D printing technology to living spaces, even building a 'Mars house' for testing.
The first home for astronauts on Mars was formed in a 1: 3 ratio. The scientists do not hide that the first real houses on Mars will be built by the Marsha technology of the AI SpaceFactory group, because this technology helps to carry out projects in a short time and with less money. low fee.
The building ' apartment house Mars ' group named Marsha SpaceFactory AI lasted about 10 hours. The materials for 3D printers are a mixture of basalt fiber and bioplastic made from starch. As such, this material is not only sustainable, environmentally friendly, but also easily biodegradable under appropriate conditions.
The AI SpaceFactory team said that, based on the inspiration of the hive, they came up with the idea of building a settlement on Mars. In each 'honeycomb' there are work areas, laboratories, kitchens, gyms .
The AI SpaceFactory team even built a full-sized Mars base in New York. The base was named TERA . In this way, engineers want them to be able to build such works in a very short time, at a low cost, and completely environmentally friendly.
In the future, NASA intends to use Marsha technology to design housing systems for crew missions to the Moon and Mars.