December 10, 2008

Mathematics: The Deciding Factor for Lunar Habitats

In this NASA eClips video segment discover how NASA uses mathematic concepts to decide on which lunar habitat they will use for future missions to the moon. NASA experts are working on several different configurations for lunar habitats. The final choice will be determined by factors such as weight, the dimensions, physical architecture and purpose. Discover what lunar habitats are currently being designed and the math involved to do so in this Real World segment. credit: NASA

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