3D Printed ‘magic Moon garden’

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According to ESA and visual artist Helen Schell from the UK,” awarded the study “Conceiving a Lunar Base Using 3D Printing Technologies” to the URBAN Consortium comprising of COMEX, LIQUIFER Systems Group and SONACA Space GmbH under the lead of OHB System AG. The team evaluated the feasibility and implementation effort of using Additive Layer Manufacturing in constructing, operating, and maintaining a lunar base. What’s missing on the Moon? Color and living plants. This is an idea for a colorful carpet of interchangeable color and design, which can be moved and the scale changed wherever you want to site it in your lunar habitat.”