Expanding the Lunar Base
Section 2.1.
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Expanding the Lunar Base

Between the first landing and the point when there is large-scale residential development, the lunar base will have a dramatic process of evolution. This chapter of the Artemis Data Book plots out the issues, technologies, and designs involved in turning a single habitat into a lunar outpost, holding hundreds of men and women.

Nearby Topics

2. Scenarios for Manned Space Development
   2.1. Expanding the Lunar Base
      2.1.1. Earth-Moon Transportation System
   2.2. Lunar Mining
   2.3. Science on the Moon
   2.4. Cislunar Space Traffic Model
   2.5. Support to Planetary Missions
   2.6. Development of Spaceborne Habitats
   2.7. Recreation and Tourism
   2.8. Solar Power from the Moon
   2.9. Fusion Power from the Moon
   2.10. Launch from Luna
   2.11. Lunar Community
   2.12. Consumer Industries on the Moon
   2.13. Raw Materials
   2.14. Planetary Defense
   2.15. Heavy Industry on the Moon
   2.16. Light Industry on the Moon
   2.17. Asteroid Mining
   2.18. Lunar Settlement Infrastructure

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Lunar Junkyards

Recycling Machinery

Habitat Development in Lava Tubes

How Lava Tubes Form

Uses for Lunar Lava Tubes

Sintering Roads with Solar Power

Base Expansion Option: More Spacehab Modules

Equipment to Access Lava Tubes at the Lunar Surface

Wheelchair Vehicle Access in the Lunar Settlement

Transportation on the Lunar Surface

Inflatable Rover Buckets

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