Ok, I got a valid question about what you gonna do with all those presumably available K1(10^18W) energy, in terms of production in space, which I have broadened to activity in space. If you do consider that the improvement of technologies is not required to meaningfully utilize the energy. It is a lot of energy … More K1 energy budget. Is it too much for us?
The document of NASA is interesting in terms that those guys have considered the problem of collecting regolith and moving it to a central location. It is the same problem, and one of the tasks for tech seed on the moon surface, to collect regolith and deliver it to processing unit, thus it is interesting … More Plan0 vs NASA plan.
Let’s take a brief look at resources available on the moon and what they mean in terms of a growing system in place and aspects which might be interesting in the context of Plan0. Just fast recap. Gravity 1/6 of earth(1.62m/s^2), escape velocity 2.38 km/s Energy Energy wise things aren’t too good but aren’t bad … More Moon. Moon resources. Tech seed. Plan0.
Moon Launch payload to land on moon – 400t or less, in 1000t range. Teleoperate equipment, establish initial capabilities to collect energy Establish production capabilities to grow energy collectors, produce collectors IRSU Establish production capabilities to produce most of the hardware for teleoperated equipment, teleoperate assembly line for it Grow available materials collection capabilities(0.5% wt … More The plan. The ghost of the ghost plan.