Mars Habitation Project – Part 1:3
After almost seven months of trials, failures and errors, we’ve finally been able to alter the synthetic Martian soil, with chemicals that can be found on Mars, to cultivate the first thing that can stay alive in the harsh environment of the red planet: fungi.
This marks the end of the Mars Habitation Project and all results and data will be published on the SpaceChain Space Program homepage, spacechain.org in a few weeks, after review.
Worth noticing is that this fungi survived 30 days continuous 16 uSv/h radiation.
The data is still classified, but will be open source when its been through review.
The reason for keeping the data classified until reviewed despite our open source policy, is that it can be misused by certain entities who seek to hurt others, to create biologial weapons and those parts needs to be censured out of the final publication. As scientists, we do seek to create a better future for all mankind, but we do also have a responsibility to not endanger the life of our planets citizens and humanity as whole. We hope that people that promote and advocate R&D on open source basis, understands this. We do NOT seek to hide anything on any other purpose, but pure safety for every one.]