Since the first lunar landing in 1969, we have crossed the threshold into the age of space exploration. Unfortunately, depleted public interest has adversely affected space exploration. Nevertheless, we shall recapitulate the momentum and commence on a journey to the south pole of the Moon. Perhaps water or something fascinating is sealed away in the depths of the permanently shadowed craters. The presence of water may correspond to lunar life. Water in these craters makes the concept of a long-term base feasible and would completely revolutionize space exploration.
Mission report! The Moon's Southern Pole is our intended destination. The crew consists of a commander, pilot, co-pilot, and flight engineer. Highly skilled, flexible, collective, determined, communicative, and collaborative candidates are eligible for this position. Astronauts must be nimble-witted in response to spontaneous circumstances; this necessitates flexibility. Communicating and understanding others encourages appropriate decisions. Cooperation is essential to keep the mission on track and ensure everyone is striving to accomplish the objective. Those are vital characteristics for launching a lunar expedition.
Once we touch down on the Moon's surface, we will set up camp. We will utilize our week by scanning for signs of life, taking samples, and examining the crater's geological properties. We could install a satellite communication system accompanied by designated landing pods for future missions. This base monitors and transmits environmental statistics so scientists can assess and finalize conclusions. Geothermal plants, radioisotope thermonuclear generators, and solar farms are potential energy sources. The minuscule geothermal activity renders geothermal plants useless. Radioisotope thermonuclear generators (RTG or RITEG) harnesses radioactive decay for energy in an exceedingly inefficient process. Solar energy is the most reliable because there is approximately 86% of sunlight throughout the lunar year. At the rim of the crater, solar panels will be the most efficient.