For the Artemis Program, the crew members must have at least four people: a pilot, an engineer, a doctor, and a researcher. The crew must be diverse and must excel in their respective fields as each crewmates' role is significant. The crew should have various skills in their fields, but also skills in the fields of others to help assist others when required. The crew should of course be knowledgeable, strong-minded when under stress, logical when making decisions, open-minded when creating solutions, compassionate towards others, and think critically when problems arise. These traits are important as each quality is needed when a problem comes and when all of them are needed to fix the problem. A technological advancement that will be beneficial and long-lasting for future expeditions will be a solar-powered dome. The dome is essentially a shelter or a semi-sphere on the lunar surface of the moon, which the inside of the dome will be a livable environment for space explorers. The exterior of the dome will be made of glass and metal so that it can be made as a space station for future missions. The outside of the dome will be made of specifically solar panel glass, transparent glass that acts as a solar panel as well. The technology exists as Michigan State University Researchers have been able to create a transparent solar concentrator in 2014, which can make any glass sheet or window into a solar cell. This glass will be suitable for the dome structure as it is from an efficient energy source. The material can acquire energy from the sun’s light that can power facilities inside and outside of the dome, space equipment, and space vehicles.