Inspired by the book Mars on Earth by Robert Zubrin the CSW will conduct experiments that will include a simulated moon environment that will allow us to conduct some living in space experiments here on earth. Many experiments on the living together in isolation and monitoring life support will be studied. We will move forward with ideas of the changes that can be made to our habitates and the life support systems. As we are still on earth it will be essential that our air be supplied by our own systems as much as possible but options will be built in if someone can't tolerate the isolation. This will be a critical time that we shall all need to strive to understand.
We have picked a location that is critical to the experiments and as close as possible to the moons surface without venturing far from Calgary to set up our equipment. Drumheller Alberta is the place that we have selected. The photgraphs taken will give some idea of the area we have in mind.
some spots have been picked out
some exploration can be moon simulated
Some areas are a little greener than our moon
Some are a little less green than others
Michelle says there are few obsticles to be concerned of
Our new affiliation with the Moon Society is a great advantage and a unique opportunity to share and develop our common goals
For the location of our meetings and our Research & Development Centre contact an active member to be nominated to join our society or contact Captain, Michael Bakk with your CV or background information for membership nomination