Category Archives: extreme environments

Colonize the Colony Ship

30 minutes ago my two co-authors (Constance Adams and Georgi Petrov) and I submitted our paper for the AIAA’s Space 2012 conference in Pasadena, held in September. Here’s out abstract: Recent DARPA sponsorship of research on a hypothetical interstellar, crewed … Continue reading

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Space 2009

Lunar Regolith Particles in Outposts, a paper for which I’m the lead author, was accepted at the AIAA Space 2009 Conference in Pasadena in September.

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Engineering

I have completed my Master of Science in Architectural Engineering at UT. My Master’s report was entitled Indoor Air Quality Engineering Challenges in Lunar Habitats.

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Space Race 2.0

There’s been an increase in the public discussion in the last six months on the establishment of lunar settlements, ever since the 2nd Space Exploration Conference in Houston in December 2006. Gregg Easterbrook wrote an article on NASA’s plans for … Continue reading

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