Research Activities in the Arthur Clarke Mars Greenhouse - July 2006 Update

Status Report From: Mars Institute
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2006


Our autonomous greenhouse in the Arctic produces and manages its own power, has its own communications system for command and telemetry, and a robust data acquisition and control system for making measurements and maintaining the environment in the greenhouse. This project began in 2002 and every year we improve the systems and make them more reliable and more robust.

This past winter was the first winter where our systems survived the winter and were operational when we arrived at camp. As usual, we learned a lot this past year to help plan for an even more robust system in the future.

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