The mission will place equipment on the moon to convert lunar ice into liquid hydrogen and oxygen (fuel for future missions), air (to breathe), and drinking water. The Helios machine uses light fragments from sunlight to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.
The crew includes five smart, quick-thinking, hard-working, and silly people. The commander is the leader and assigns tasks to complete while the pilot flies the spacecraft. A mechanical engineer knows the systems on the spacecraft and the Helios machine. A geologist studies the moon’s surface. A mechanic assembles the equipment.
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