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AI SpaceFactory wins NASA's Mars Habitat competition

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AI SpaceFactory wins NASA's Mars Habitat competition

AI SpaceFactory wins NASA's Mars Habitat competition

AI SpaceFactory has won first place in NASA's 3D printed Habitat Challenge for its Mars habitat prototype.

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AI SpaceFactory wins NASA's Mars Habitat competition

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RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN AI SpaceFactory has won first place in NASA's 3D printed Habitat Challenge for its Mars habitat prototype, according to a press release by the company.

The 3D-printed structures were tested and evaluated on the mix of material used, leakage, durability and strength, according to a NASA news release.

The pod-shaped habitat is called Marsha and was 3D-printed over the course of 30 hours.

According to the company, the habitat would be made from materials such as biopolymer basalt composite, which can be extracted from Mars.

This process would be enabled by In-situ resource utilization or ISRU, which would harvest the Red Planet's surface to collect the resources needed.

The robotic 3D printers would then use the materials to print the Martian habitats.

AI SpaceFactory explained on its website that Marsha utilizes a dual-shell system that would isolate the habitat from extreme weather temperature shifts on Mars.

It would also include strategically placed windows that would allow natural light to enter the habitat while keeping out harmful solar and cosmic radiation.

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The Mars Habitat 2.

The habitat being printed 3.

The process of building the habitat on Mars 4.

How the habitat would survive extreme weather conditions of Mars VOICEOVER (in English): "According to a press release by AI SpaceFactory, the New York-based company has won first place in NASA's 3D printed Habitat Challenge for its Mars habitat prototype." "The pod-shaped habitat is called Marsha and was 3D-printed over the course of 30 hours." "According to the company, the habitat would be made from materials such as biopolymer basalt composite, which can be extracted from Mars." "This process would be enabled by In-situ resource utilization or ISRU, which would harvest the Red Planet's surface to collect the resources needed." "The robotic 3D printers would then use the materials to print the Martian habitats." "AI SpaceFactory explained on its website that Marsha utilizes a dual-shell system that would isolate the habitat from extreme weather temperature shifts on Mars." "It would also include strategically placed windows that would allow natural light to enter the habitat while keeping out harmful solar and cosmic radiation." SOURCES: AI Space Factory, NASA, Space.com, Popular Mechanics, https://www.aispacefactory.com/post/ai-spacefactory-wins-1st-place-prize-for-nasa-3d-printing-habitat-challenge https://www.aispacefactory.com/marsha https://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/centennial_challenges/3DPHab/19-017.html https://www.space.com/nasa-3d-printed-habitat-competition-winners.html https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a27432340/nasa-crowns-mars-habitat-competition-winner/ *** For story suggestions please contact [email protected] For technical and editorial support, please contact: Asia: +61 2 93 73 1841 Europe: +44 20 7542 7599 Americas and Latam: +1 800 738 8377




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