This project is solving the Deployable Greenhouse challenge.
Terraforming Mars, one greenhouse at a time.
Basic Outline: Landing of a rover with a 3D glass printer on Mars for the construction of a dome shaped greenhouse. The main priming substance will be hydrogen peroxide which spontaneously decomposes into oxygen and water in the presence of sunlight. A gel medium will be used to culture plants. A microfluidic system will be impregnated within the gel system to provide nutrients to the plant system. A "Bear Hugger" will be used as the thermal control system in order to control temperatures within the greenhouse. A silver zeolite system will be used to trap produced oxygen and store it in a separate tank. Photovoltaic power will be provided by integrated photovoltaic circuits in the design of the dome and traditional photovoltaic systems that were used to power the 3D printer.
Project InformationLicense: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
Source Code/Project URL: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tcsvont8n9f6opn/-zmaM4SHzr
ResourcesTechnical Specifications - https://www.dropbox.com/s/lqqybf4dxbl36zk/Greenhouse%20Technical.pdf
Presentation - https://www.dropbox.com/s/qratexg8jnkpocl/International%20Space%20Apps.pdf
Greenhouse Design 1 - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tcsvont8n9f6opn/zwSYsbxfH7/Greenhouse_Design_1.pdf
Greenhouse Design 2 - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tcsvont8n9f6opn/npp9kK7QCL/Greenhouse_Design_2.pdf
Air Circulation of Thermal System - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tcsvont8n9f6opn/DespteGNM8/AirCirculation.pdf