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(Part IV) A Practical Timeline for Establishing a Permanent Human Presence on the Moon and Mars using SLS and Commercial Launch Capability

1 Aug 2017, 18:14 UTC
(Part IV) A Practical Timeline for  Establishing a Permanent Human Presence on the Moon and Mars using SLS and Commercial Launch Capability
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Three Mars Regolith Habitats (MRH) connected to a transparent martian biosphere covered with a water shielded biodome. by Marcel F. WilliamsPart IV: Mars Once NASA has established a permanent human presence in high Mars orbit in the form of a microgravity storm shelter (BA-330), microgravity Deep Space Habitat (DSH), and a rotating simulated gravity producing space station (AGH-SS), the American space agency can then proceed to establish a permanent human presence on the surface of Mars.An Ares CLV-7B with payload joined with an ADEPT deceleration shield needed to safely enter the martian atmosphere before landing. An additional attitude control module is added to enable thrusters to control the angle of the vehicle's entry into the martian atmosphere. 2032SLS Launches:SLS Launch 34: Two CLV-7A (Cargo Landing Vehicle) to LEO to be deployed to high Mars orbit by OTV-125 vehicles and deployed to the martian surface by ADEPT deceleratorsThe First CLV-7A will have an ATHLETE robot that will deploy electric powered excavation vehicles, sintering vehicles, backhoe, lifting craneThe Second CLV-7A will deploy at least 160 KWe of nuclear power to the martian surface with at least a 10 year lifetime for the fueled reactors.SLS Launch 35: Two CLV-7A (Cargo Landing Vehicle) to ...

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