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European Space Agency plans to build a base on the Moon, which will replace the International Space Station - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 June 2015 12:00

The European Space Agency plans to build a base on the Moon, which will replace the International Space Station, now functioning on the Earth's orbit.

Professor Ian Werner (Jan Woerner), the future head of ESA, said that his proposed lunar base version will replace the International Space Station in 2024, and its construction will cause a huge surge in technological innovation in the world.

According to scientists, the reverse side of the Moon that are not visible to the observer of the world, provides the best conditions for research. Installed where telescopes will be able to freely observe objects and phenomena in the depths of space.

In the early stages, priority will be given to building materials and food. In the future, we will begin to produce hydrogen from water and grow crops in greenhouses. Researchers will stay on the Moon for several months. It will be necessary to organize a permanent transportation emergency - said Werner.

It is reported that the implementation of planned will have to spend a lot of effort and money. Much more than was spent on the ISS.

However, Professor Werner confident that through joint efforts of the international community will be able to realize this project. The Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany is already working on the design of buildings for the colonizers of the Moon.

It is reported that a flight to the natural satellite of the Earth with the help of modern technology will take about two days (about 384 million kilometers).

Scientists say that we know very little about the Moon. There is a very valuable resources that are not on Earth. One of these is the helium-3, which is regarded as the energy source of the future.


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