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Carolyn Dry describes her work at Virginia Tech involving agriculture. Other projects related to the lunar base include computer...

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November 1, 1983 | Video Lecturer:

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Carolyn Dry describes her work at Virginia Tech involving agriculture. Other projects related to the lunar base include computer simulations, analyzing soil attributes, creating new building materials, mapping energy flows, testing structural models of pressure vessels, and developing a high resolution graphics board to monitor a building remotely. She answers questions regarding the process and difficulty of building on the moon, and comments on the possibility of using chemoautotrophic bacteria that consume rocks and produce gas.