NASA Mars Habitat Yarışma Finalistleri

İnsanloğlu, Mars'a araç göndermeyi başardı; peki orada yaşamak neye benzeyecek? Cevap, NASA'nın yarışma finalistlerinde olabilir...

  • Ali Ruhi Öztürk
NASA Mars Habitat Yarışma Finalistleri

Henüz Mars'a insan yollamayı başarmış olmasak da, hayal etmemiz, planlar yapmamız ve hatta yarışmalar düzenlememizde bir sakınca yok. NASA'nın 2015'te başlattığı 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge yarışması, Mars üzerinde insanların oluşturacağı habitat tasarımı konusunda tasarımları kabul etti. Uzun süren elemeler ardından finalistler belli oldu. Yarışmacılar şimdiyse tasarımlarının 3/1 boyutunda modellerini inşa edecekler.

Yarışmanın bu aşamasına ulaşan ekipler 100.000 dolar para ile ödüllendirildiler, bu da yarışmacı başına 20.000 dolar anlamına geliyor.

Team Zopherus - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat ChallengeTeam Zopherus - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge
Team Zopherus from Rogers, Arkansas, is the first-place winner of Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. The team’s design includes using a moving printer that deploys rovers to retrieve local materials. NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge aims to further the progression of sustainable shelters that will someday occupy the Moon, Mars or beyond by pushing citizen inventors to develop new technologies capable of additively manufacturing a habitat using indigenous resources with, or without, recyclable materials. The 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is managed through a partnership with NASA’s Centennial Challenges Program and Bradley University. Bradley has partnered with sponsors Caterpillar, Bechtel and Brick & Mortar Ventures to administer the competition. NASA’s Centennial Challenges program is part of the agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, and is managed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. For information about the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, visit:

New York'dan SpaceFactory, maksimum alan kullanımı için silindirik bir yaşam alanı tasarladı.

AI SpaceFactory - MARSHA - Our Vertical Martian FutureAI SpaceFactory - MARSHA - Our Vertical Martian Future
Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA's 3D Printed Habitat Challenge Marsha is a proposal for a habitat on the surface of Mars built autonomously using local and mission-generated materials. DESIGN TEAM Jeffrey Montes David I. Malott Sima Shahverdi David Riedel Michael Bentley Tony Jin SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS Structural engineering – Thornton Tomasetti (Dennis C.K. Poon, Chi Chung Tse, Saravanan Panchacharam, Hao Chen) Lighting design – Haniyeh Mirdamadi, Arup Concrete design – Dr. Victor Li, University of Michigan Polymer design – Techmer PM Mars geochemistry – Dr. Scott McLennan, Stony Brook University Planetary physics – Dr. Philip Metzger, University of Central Florida Systems and civil engineering – Dr. Paul van Susante, Michigan Tech ISRU/ robotics – Dr. Kris Zacny, Honeybee Robotics Basalt construction – PISCES Building energy performance - Duncan Phillips, RWDI script - Jeffrey Montes voice and music - Skyler Cocco photoreal renderings - Plompmozes subtitle translation - Hassan Ashraf, Amandine Cersosimo, Ambra Gadda, Lucas Licari and Jeffrey Montes, Manavendra Mulye, Elias and Filippos Vokolos, Ary Wicaksana

Üçüncü sırada yer alan Jackson, Mississippi takım Kahn-Yates, ışığın içeri girmesi için yarı saydam noktalı bir tasarıma sahip bir yapı tasarladı. Ayrıca Mars'ın büyük toz fırtınalarına da dayanmak için inşa edildi.

Kahn Yates - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat ChallengeKahn Yates - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge
Team Kahn-Yates from Jackson, Mississippi, won third place in Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. The team virtually designed a Mars habitat specifically suited to withstand dust storms and harsh climates on the red planet. NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge aims to further the progression of sustainable shelters that will someday occupy the Moon, Mars or beyond by pushing citizen inventors to develop new technologies capable of additively manufacturing a habitat using indigenous resources with, or without, recyclable materials. The 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is managed through a partnership with NASA’s Centennial Challenges Program and Bradley University. Bradley has partnered with sponsors Caterpillar, Bechtel and Brick & Mortar Ventures to administer the competition. NASA’s Centennial Challenges program is part of the agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, and is managed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. For information about the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, visit:

New York'tan SEArch + / Apis Cor, ışığın içeri girmesini sağlayan ancak güçlü radyasyon kalkanı sağlayabilen bir yaşam alanı yaratmayı hedefliyor.

SEArch+/Apis Cor - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat ChallengeSEArch+/Apis Cor - Phase 3: Level 1 of NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge
SEArch+/Apis Cor of New York won fourth place in Phase 3: Level 1 in NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. This team focuses on regolith construction to provide radiation shielding and physical protection. NASA’s 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge aims to further the progression of sustainable shelters that will someday occupy the Moon, Mars or beyond by pushing citizen inventors to develop new technologies capable of additively manufacturing a habitat using indigenous resources with, or without, recyclable materials. The 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge is managed through a partnership with NASA’s Centennial Challenges Program and Bradley University. Bradley has partnered with sponsors Caterpillar, Bechtel and Brick & Mortar Ventures to administer the competition. NASA’s Centennial Challenges program is part of the agency’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, and is managed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. For information about the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, visit:

Son olarak, Illinois Northwestern Üniversitesi, bir dış parabolik kubbe ile küresel bir kabuk özellikli bir tasarıma imza attı. Ayrıca bir 3D yazıcı için taban olarak şişirilebilir bir kap kullanarak mümkün olduğunca kolay bir bina yapmak istiyorlar, böylece çapraz kirişli bir kubbeyi hızlı bir şekilde basmayı umuyorlar.

Yarışmacılar şimdi bu fikirlerinin 3/1 boyutunda 3D baskılarını almaları gerekiyor. Kimin kazanacağını merakla beklerken, Mars'ta insan hayatının nasıl olacağını hayal etmeye devam ediyoruz.

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