The NASA selection of 5 design winners in the last level of housing space, printed three-dimensional, which included designs for a capsule inspired by the anatomy of the spider containers, vertical-like house, where you experience the difference challenge to design a solution that suits the transfer of material to Mars, including carrying the difference in the atmosphere and natural appearance of the planet Mars.
The competition has multiple stages to challenge designers and engineers through the use of building techniques possible thanks to the three-dimensional printing, where you must cover the shelter 92.9 square meters Kiev will be enough to host four astronauts on their mission to Mars with room to store the necessary equipment, and require the competition that each team made digital copies of the physical characteristics of and houses on Mars using specific software.
Team to win over the first place to offer their probe looks like a spider where he works after landing on Mars to scan the surrounding area in order to choose the perfect place to print, and creates a probe later a group of robots with guidance to assist in the collection of different materials such as ice calcium oxide to the printer three-dimensional, and the probe then by gluing to the land in order to provide an internal environment protected and high-pressure before the start of printing the structure, saving the completion of the printing, the probe Pervez legs revealing the new structure before moving on to somewhere else.
As in any I MySpace factory has got the second place for the design of structures like the house, where it is designed with double resistance to harsh weather conditions on Mars, the team plans also to use the resources of Mars to the nature of the structure.
In second place we find the team Khan-who designed the structures are rectangular with a layer of high-strength plastic flukes to score the passage of light, as to the shape of the structure helps to reduce the impact of dust storms.
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