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Later that day...
Uranus' Ariel has been interesting to me lately. People seem to really like the idea of living on other planets & moons.
www.nasa.gov Uranus' Ariel
There! Finally done with the diagrams! Now, time to send NASA the document and info I did on Ariel.
Ariel's Rotation&Orbital Period around the nearest planet Uranus: bothlast 2.52 days, the nearest moon to Ariel being Miranda. GeographicSetting:rift valleys, small and large craters, made of half silicate rock and half water ice, ridges, porous surface, and some geological activity having occurred. Atmospheric Setting: Ariel has an undetectable atmosphere, however, signs of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen, liquid ammonia have been found in the moon's hemisphere. The only known weather phenomena occurring at the surface of Ariel is the water ice caused by freezing temperatures.
We could bring everything in by shuttles and start building little by little, water would be provided by indoor wells and conserved using indoor aquifers and confining beds. A storage building and base will be built on good land.
With the atmospheric/geographical conditions on Ariel, we'd need special suits with electrical heating pads inside. Now for resources...
Lastly, the food and oxygen, will be provided by planting. We can extract some carbon dioxide and nitrogen from Ariel and use a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen to breathe. The carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water will help the plants grow, with provided light.
The following week...
Congrats! Your submitted works were looked at thoroughly and accepted!
Thank you, ma'am. *sniffles* This is a great honor, and I promise to do my best to help out!
*tears of joy* I can't believe it! All my hard work paid off!