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#61 MeAgain

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Posted May 09 2016 - 01:53 PM

I would like to  know how oxygen would/could be available if, for example, people were sent to colonize Mars on a long term basis.

 

 The idea that AI would do our traveling/exploring seems more reasonable than sending biologicals with needs such as food, the disposal of waste,oxygen,etc.

Water is available in the Martian soil, oxygen can be produced by splitting the water into oxygen and hydrogen. Nitrogen will come from the Martian atmosphere.


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