NASA CubeSat for Life Science Research
Understanding how to grow fresh food for astronauts is necessary to support long missions to the Moon and Mars. Current research platforms lack the time, resources, and space to conduct the amount of testing required. Therefore, a low-cost, high-yield solution is essential to advance the future of off-Earth farming.
We have developed a CubeSat that can host a variety of plant experiments. We conclude that our technology has the potential to transform CubeSat platforms by creating a constellation farm of satellites that advances research into autonomous growth platforms on Earth, the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
- Jake Pearman - email@example.com
- Andre Fernandes - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dayanara Ochoa Rossell - email@example.com
- Isaiah Negron - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Matthew Monnette - email@example.com
- Naba Allahrakha - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jauvahn Darville - email@example.com
NASA’s FSGC, FAU OURI, FAU WAVE, NSF I-Corp, ExHale CO2, FAU BPC