NEXT MANNED MISSION TO MARS
ASTRO PLASNTS - NASA Project
Design School Kolding, Denmark 2016
3rd semester of Masters Programme
Collaboration: NASA, Johnson Space Senter, Houston
Collaboration with student Yukiko Izumi (J)
In this project, we search to discover and alleviate problems and understand the extreme environments that outer space or the environment on Mars offers. We found the strength and passion for working with:
Enhance the experience for the astronaut, when they are in space by adding natural feeling, through edible flowers that present the four seasons.
Combined with recycling their plastic trash by turning it into plastic containers.
When coming to Mars comes closer, a number of problems arise. Launching astronauts from the stressful environment is an issue that has not been addressed and is generally ignored. What is not studied so closely are the many who are in contact with the organic nature of the human body. The human body needs to be in contact with nature and feel a daytime rhythm, by day and night, months and the four seasons that pass by. On their 220 long journey to and from Mars. If there is no contact with nature for long periods and it can cause problems.
When the day, we arrive on Mars becomes a closer reality, a number of problems arise. Launching astronauts to the stressful environment of spaceship is an issue, that has not been addressed and is generally ignored. The many factors linked to the organic nature of the human body haven’t been studied so closely. The human body needs to be in contact with nature and feel daytime rhythm: day and night, months, and the four seasons passing by. Having no contact with nature, on their 220 to and from Mars, can cause problems.