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Civil and Environmental Engineering Team Lunar Base Water Purification Program University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California 94510 December 2, 2009 Professor Slav W. Hermanowicz NASA Headquarters 300 East Street SW Washington DC 20024-3210 Subject: Lunar Base Water System Dear Professor Hermanowicz: In response to your request of October 12, 2009, our team of Berkeley engineers has successfully analyzed the water supply system in the lunar base. We are pleased to present the report, which gives the full technical details necessary of the system. We have first investigated the hypothetical water usage by the crew of 150 astronauts. From there, we have deduced the initial amount of water necessary to be carried to the moon and the
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Unformatted text preview: costs of doing so. Using the data, the engineering team obtained the water consumption rate for one day, and finally, the essential tank size. Since water is limited in outer space, we have designed a special water recycling system for a prolonged usage of water. The team would like to especially thank Kayla Patten for her expert knowledge regarding recirculation of water and material science. If you have further questions regarding the report, please do not hesitate to contact the engineering team at 510) 283-1232 (CEE.Water@berkeley.edu). Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Yang Xia Elysia Liaw Jin Woo Roh Encl.: Lunar Base Water System Technical Report...
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