EXPLORING ICE IN THE SHACKLETON CRATER ON THE SOUTH POLE OF THE MOON
Our team of astronauts are intelligent, calm, helpful, physically and mentally fit, analytical and practical. Using pictures from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, we will specify the location of the following instruments we leave behind for future explorations, after our expedition is completed.
- Diggers and spectrometers to study the soil
- Microscopes to study ice to decide if this water is drinkable, or as fuel for spacecrafts
- Seismometer to study earthquakes and crater formations
- Insulated sealed boxes to store these instruments
These boxes will be tethered deep into the ground and because of the Orbiter, we can monitor this live from the Earth.
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