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Space Exploration Architecture

SEArch visits NASA Langley Research Center

SEArch visits NASA Langley Research Center to collaborate on a concept for a Martian Ice Habitat. SEArch was invited to participate in a week-long collaborative workshop exploring a concept for an ice habitat on Mars. In collaboration with structural engineers, materials scientists, radiation experts and others, a conceptual proposal for an inflated ice-habitat is currently…
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Scientific American for X-Hab Course

Michael Morris, Melodie Yashar featured in Scientific American for X-Hab Course at Pratt Institute. Home Sweet Habitat: Students Help NASA Design Mars Spacecraft Living QuartersAn architecture and design class partners with NASA to develop a human-focused spacecraft environment that could take astronauts to Mars.

Christina Ciardullo represents SEArch

Christina Ciardullo represents SEArch at ESA Closed Habitats Forum in Laussane, Switzerland. Wins first prize sketch for Closed Habitat design. The purpose of the Closed Habitat Forum is to foster synergies between terrestrial and space exploration’s sciences, R&D and technologies in the field of resource sustainable management and safety (i.e safe use by humans) in…
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SEArch offers support

SEArch offers support to the Mars City Design competition. Mars City Design was born from the vision of Vera Mulyani, who always dreamt of becoming an architect of Mars. Founded in Silicon Beach in Los Angeles, California, Mars City Design has become the action step to realizing not just the exploration of Mars, but making…
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