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  • ...eline for [[In-situ resource utilization|In Situ Resources Utilization]] (ISRU) depends on the type of colonization and missions. ...(Mars One), NASA(ISP ver.5) and the Mars Society(Mars Direct) all rely on ISRU to produce part of the products needed for their operation and success.
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  • [[File:Colony ISRU.png|thumb|600x600px|This diagram shows a flowchart for In-Situ resources ut ...idea of '''[[In-situ resource utilization|In-Situ Resource Utilization]] (ISRU)''' is essential for a Martian colony. As part of the [[Mars Direct]] initi
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  • ...eline for [[In-situ resource utilization|In Situ Resources Utilization]] (ISRU) depends on the type of colonization and missions. ...(Mars One), NASA(ISP ver.5) and the Mars Society(Mars Direct) all rely on ISRU to produce part of the products needed for their operation and success.
    2 KB (221 words) - 12:29, 29 October 2019
  • [[File:Colony ISRU.png|thumb|600x600px|This diagram shows a flowchart for In-Situ resources ut ...idea of '''[[In-situ resource utilization|In-Situ Resource Utilization]] (ISRU)''' is essential for a Martian colony. As part of the [[Mars Direct]] initi
    1 KB (167 words) - 14:45, 28 December 2019
  • Glass is an excellent candidate for [[In-situ resource utilization|ISRU]], as the source materials are abundant on Mars and local production costs [[In-situ resource utilization|ISRU]]
    2 KB (347 words) - 08:20, 24 July 2019
  • [[Blake Ortner]], ISRU Challenge project leader<BR/>
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  • ...any design, and may even be integrated into [[in-situ resource utilization|ISRU]] plans. the most common form of condensation control is gravity separatio
    1 KB (188 words) - 19:55, 25 December 2019
  • File:MH ISRU.jpg|thumb|757x757px|In Situ resources Utilisation. Copyright R. Heidmann ...ous]] or [[Semi-autonomous colony|semi-autonomous]] [[settlement]]. The [[ISRU timeline]] is very rapid for most settlement plans since the initial Zubrin
    8 KB (1,129 words) - 12:26, 29 October 2019
  • ...en in the Science Dome and subsequently weighed for the cellulosic ethanol ISRU study. ...en in the Science Dome and subsequently weighed for the cellulosic ethanol ISRU study. We will begin a study soon mixing the regolith samples with potting
    8 KB (1,245 words) - 17:41, 7 March 2019
  • ...</sub>) and Oxygen (O<sub>2</sub>), through [[In-situ resource utilization|ISRU]] using the [[Sabatier process]]. The hydrogen comes from Electrolysis of
    3 KB (377 words) - 19:52, 23 November 2019
  • *Use of In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) for ascent propellants, breathing air and water.
    3 KB (445 words) - 18:27, 27 December 2019
  • Steel is an excellent candidate for [[In-situ resource utilization|ISRU]]. The source, [[Iron ore]], is the second most common compound of Mars' c
    4 KB (709 words) - 20:56, 25 December 2019
  • ...ioneer Astronautics in Lakewood, Colorado on in-situ resource utilization (ISRU), especially the production of fuels and oxygen from the martian atmosphere
    4 KB (611 words) - 17:12, 16 March 2020
  • * The [[w:Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment|Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment]] (MOXIE) is an exploration technology investigation that will p
    10 KB (1,436 words) - 11:47, 17 December 2018
  • ...way to reduce the materials that must be brought from Earth. For effective ISRU, future Mars colonists must determine material presence, abundance, accessi ...ion of the samples with the various tools, and yielded useful outcomes for ISRU on Mars.
    13 KB (2,196 words) - 12:10, 24 March 2019
  • |Obtainable through ISRU |Mostly obtainable through ISRU; greater hydrogen content than regolith alone; more durable and easier to s
    13 KB (1,906 words) - 13:48, 13 May 2020
  • *[[ISRU timeline|The listing and timing of materials produced from Mars resources]]
    6 KB (742 words) - 18:16, 21 April 2020
  • ...d out the greens using the ovens for our ''In Situ'' Resource Utilization (ISRU) study on cellulosic ethanol production (see the GreenHab section in the mi ...the plants. The dead biomass weight will be used in our cellulosic ethanol ISRU project. The door was opened at 1515 hours to allow for ambient airflow but
    25 KB (3,795 words) - 17:40, 7 March 2019
  • ...their properties, we can decide how to process and use them. The simplest ISRU designs propose production of water, oxygen, and propellant [Sanders and Du ...ion of the samples with the various tools, and yielded useful outcomes for ISRU on Mars, described in the last section.
    33 KB (5,314 words) - 12:08, 24 March 2019
  • |'''⁃ In-situ Resource Utilization (ISRU)'''
    10 KB (996 words) - 13:37, 27 January 2020
  • ...ny other theoretically possible strategies. But then again, how can we do ISRU on such a massive scale without lots of equipment already in space? Catch- (2) Because of the development of [[ISRU]]-based propellants, the costs of transport from Earth have been reduced by
    23 KB (3,812 words) - 09:11, 19 April 2019
  • ...posed of CO<sub>2</sub>]]. This means that with the help of [[List of ISRU|ISRU techniques]], a vast supply of oxygen for both breathing and rocket fuel ca
    27 KB (4,031 words) - 17:46, 13 September 2019

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