Build Mars Space Colonies with Minecraft

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1. Follow Up Questions:

1.1. 1. I think that we should build a lunar base before we attempt to make a martian base, because it's close proximity to Earth would allow us to more quickly ship our technology and run tests on how it would perform in space.

1.2. 2. It should be an international effort because it would save all of the countries interested in doing so a lot of money because it'd be split among many nations. Also because it would instill a sense of pride in humanity as a whole to be able to colonize other planets.

1.3. 3.They'd be living in inhospitable environments with no atmosphere or arable land. They would also have to live in small, enclosed habitats, that are physically isolated from the rest of humanity.

1.4. 4. They would have to deal the the confinement of lunar bases, the inability to grow lots of crops on the moon, and the fact that they'd probably get lonely on the moon, separated from pretty much all humans.

1.5. 5. I would most likely miss all of the junkfood that i can't get on the moon, and the wide open areas that I can roam around in on earth.

1.6. 6. I'd probably go to school, but learn more practical things. Like repairing the equipment that'd keep us alive. I'd probably start working sooner than i would on earth as we'd need all help to keep thing afloat. And for recreation I probably wouldn't be able to play as many sports because most bases on other planets would be very small.

2. Links:

2.1. Lunar Bases Exploring the Moon: Future Missions http://cass.jsc.nasa.gov/expmoon/future/future.html Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century http://adsbit.harvard.edu/books/lbsa/ Lunar Base Quarterly Newsletter http://vulcain.fb12.TU-Berlin.de/koelle/LBQ/LBQ_index.html Lunar Base Article from Discover Magazine What Should We Do with the Moon? Cover Story, September, 1998 http://www.discover.com/archive/index.html International Lunar Working Group http://ilewg.jsc.nasa.gov/ LunaCorp http://www.lunacorp.com/ Artemis Project http://www.asi.org/ Mars Bases Mars Society Mars Antarctic Base http://www.marssociety.org/researchstation.asp Mars Society http://www.marssociety.org/ Mars Mission Images http://www-sn.jsc.nasa.gov/explore/DATA/MImages/MImages.htm Student Mars Habitat http://www.bestwax.com/htm/mars/index.html Missions to Mars http://www2.astrobiology.com/astro/mars/missions.html Terraforming Mars http://www2.astrobiology.com/astro/terraforming.html Technological Requirements for Terraforming Mars http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~mfogg/zubrin.htm Space Settlement Contests and Programs for Kids NASA http://science.nas.nasa.gov/Services/Education/SpaceSettlement/Contest/contests.html International High School Space Settlement Design Competition http://space.bsdi.com/ Spaceset - Hosted by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a small annual contest http://home.earthlink.net/~spaceset/ Mars Millennium http://www.mars2030.org The Mars Millennium Project, an official White House Millennium Council Youth Initiative challenges students across the nation to design a community yet to be imagined - for the planet Mars. Orbiting Space Colonies Orbital Space Settlements http://science.nas.nasa.gov/Services/Education/SpaceSettlement/ International Space Station http://station.nasa.gov/station/index.html Other Sites Biosphere 2 http://www.bio2.edu/ NASA Advanced Life Support Program http://pet.jsc.nasa.gov/ Designing for Human Presence in Space http://augusta.msfc.nasa.gov/ed61/papers/rp1324/rp1324.html Romance to Reality: Moon and Mars expedition & Settlement Plans http://members.aol.com/dsfportree/explore.htm BioBlast High School Program http://www.cotf.edu/BioBLAST/ BioBLAST® is a multimedia curriculum supplement for high school biology classes. It encourages students to conduct real scientific research, based on actual research now being conducted by NASA’s Advanced Life Support Research program. Hands-on laboratory investigations, computer simulations, and Internet-based telecommunications resources may be accessed via the BioBLAST virtual reality interface, which depicts a futuristic, moon-based research outpost. NASA Home Page http://www.nasa.gov