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Mars Greenhouses: Concepts and Challenges. Proceedings from a 1999 WorkshopTopic covered include :Plants on Mars: On the Next Mission and in the Long Term Future; Bubbles in the Rocks: Natural and Artificial Caves and Cavities as Like Support Structures; Challenges for Bioregenerative Life Support on Mars; Cost Effectiveness Issues; Low Pressure Systems for Plant Growth; Plant Responses to Rarified Atmospheres; Can CO2 be Used as a Pressurizing Gas for Mars Greenhouses?; Inflatable Habitats Technology Development; Development of an Inflatable Greenhouse for a Modular Crop Production System; Mars Inflatable Greenhouse Workshop; Design Needs for Mars Deployable Greenhouse; Preliminary Estimates of the Possibilities for Developing a Deployable Greenhouse for a Planetary Surface Mars; Low Pressure Greenhouse Concepts for Mars; Mars Greenhouse Study: Natural vs. Artificial Lighting; and Wire Culture for an Inflatable Mars Greenhouse and Other Future Inflatable Space Growth Chambers.
Document ID
20050182966
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Authors
Wheeler, Ray M. (NASA Kennedy Space Center Cocoa Beach, FL, United States)
Martin-Brennan, Cindy (Dynamac Corp. Cocoa Beach, FL, United States)
Date Acquired
September 7, 2013
Publication Date
August 1, 2000
Subject Category
Space Sciences (General)
Report/Patent Number
NASA/TM-2000-208577
Meeting Information
Mars Greenhouses: Concepts and Challenges(Cocoa Beach, FL)
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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