Your Future Lunar Home is Waiting for You in a Cave Under the Moon’s Surface

July 21, 2014 by  
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If you have ever dreamed of living on the moon , start zipping up your spacesuit because your new moon residence is already waiting for you – sort of. According to NASA, future moon dwellers could live in the hundreds of caves that dot the surface of the moon. These caves, formed when the moon surface collapses over an underground void, could provide protection from the lunar surface’s hostile environment, giving humans a safe base on the moon. Read the rest of Your Future Lunar Home is Waiting for You in a Cave Under the Moon’s Surface Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: inhabiting the moon , living on the moon , lunar caves , lunar pits , Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter , moon caves , moon colonies , moon homes , moon life , moon pits , NASA lunar caves , NASA lunar exploration , NASA moon caves , NASA moon exploration , NASA moon pits , Robert Wagner

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Teepee-Inspired Home Office ‘Nooks’ Double as a Personal Raft

July 21, 2014 by  
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Pressure from 2011 Earthquake Leaves Mt. Fuji Ready to Blow its Top

July 21, 2014 by  
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Long-revered and much-climbed, Japan’s Mount Fuji looks like it’s ready to blow it’s top after more than 300 years of dormancy. A new study by a team of French and Japanese researchers reveals that an increase in tectonic pressure from the massive 9.0 earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 and caused the Fukushima meltdown has left Fuji in prime condition for an eruption . Read the rest of Pressure from 2011 Earthquake Leaves Mt. Fuji Ready to Blow its Top Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: brenguier , disaster , earth , earthquake , eruption , fuji , Fukushima , geology , institute , Japan , mount , natural , sciences , volcanic , volcano

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