ROVING HOTEL

Future Lunar Habitat Design

Life On The Moon

Shackleton Crater, Moon

Roving Hotel anticipating a futuristic concept provides a short-term voyage to achieve an innovative space vacation cruise. Different from scientific and engineering missions, roving hotels are foreseen to host vacationers and their amusement activities in weightlessness with a wonderful new adventure and an enjoyable vacation environment, which would minimize negative physiological impacts of microgravity at the same time that can satisfy curiosity of fantasy for tourists.

SITE

ROADMAP

Reasonably launch, assemble, and transport the structure from earth and on the moon.

Shackleton Crater, Moon

Sign Of A Special Spectral Signal

Benefit From Sunlight

Requiring The Least Additional Fuel

Mining Resources

Cross Section Of Shackleton Crater

13,779 feet (4,2km) deep

68.897 feet (21km) across

Master Regulation Plan

To Earth

Launch And

Landing Zone

Hotel Zone

Assembly On The Earth

Rocket Launch

Lander Roll-Out

Operation

Assembly Together

USER AND SCHEDULE

Professional Crew Member

+ 2 members in crew

+ Professional astronauts to navigate and dealing with problems, providing professional lead and teaching tourists

Travel Schedules

Preparation:

based- ground training

Physical

Examination

Flight

One week travel

Return to earth

Body

Recovery

Tourist

+ 4 members

+ Accept months of ground-based training before the tourism

+ Involve immersive astronaut experiences 

Daily Schedules + Activities + Program Needs

11:30 - 11:45

Break

13:00 - 15:00

Lunch

19:00 - 21:00

Dinner

21:30 - 00:00

Personal Time

Prep Rest

00:00 - 8:00

Sleep

0:00

New Day

8:00 - 10:00

Breakfast

11:45 - 13:00

Explore On The Moon

0:00 - 11:30

Workout

16:00 - 19:00

Entertainment

15:00 - 16:00

Medical Exam

00:00

End Of The Day

21:00 - 21:30

Daily Summary

MODULE ELEMENTS

Three major types of pressurized elements serve different functions and can be used as a kit of parts to assemble a variety of rovering configuration. Packing diversity of environment experience into the varied sized module which can be separate and plug with each other.

Rover

SIZE: 37.7 ft x 15.7 ft x17.3 ft

Designed to ensure maximum functionality

Comfort for the professional crew

Capable of hosting 6 people

Module 1/ Public Space

SIZE: 31.1 ft x 15.7 ft x17.3 ft

Allocated for social activities allow intercommunicate with each other

Bar-fun zone and gymnasium

Capable of hosting 6 people

Module 2/ Private Space

SIZE: 21.3 ft x 15.7 ft x17.3 ft

Equipped with airlocks

Capable of hosting 2 people

OPERATION AXON

Module 1/ Public Space

Workout Space

Entertainment

Fun-Bar Zone

Module 2/ Private Space

Bed

Bathroom

Rover

Cockpit

Laboratory 

Bathroom 

Central Utility Unit

Inflatable Airlock

06 Plain Automotive Upholstery Fabric

07 Auto Stain White Surface

08 Black Leather

09 LED Strip Light

10 Radiation Protective/ Conduct Rfid/ Emf

MATERIAL

In order to proetct radiation and reduce payload, material selection is focused on using lightweight, radiation protection and functional material in the material selection.

Exterior

01 Carbon Fabric

02 Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS)

03 Solar Fabric 04

Meacanum Wheel [Rubber]

05 Watered Clear Glass Pane

Interior

EXPERIENCE

Overview / Exterior

Omni-Directional Mecanum Wheel 

In order to acclimate to the moon, the project chose wheels that permit 360 degree movement. This tire selection can help reduce friction, dramatic movement on the lunar surface and extend the life of tire use.

Rover

Rotation

Direction

Advancing

Direction

Cockpit / Laboratory  / Bathroom / Central Utility Unit

Cockpit
Cockpit

Cockpit is mainly used by crew members. Cockpit contains electronic communication equipment. The seats units is highly convertible, which can be used for driving, working, and sleeping.

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Laboratory
Laboratory

The laboratory and bathroom. Crew members work in an essential lab and get basic hygiene and relaxation.

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Central Utility Unit
Central Utility Unit

The central utility unit to accommodate, healthcare and cooking functions.

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Cockpit
Cockpit

Cockpit is mainly used by crew members. Cockpit contains electronic communication equipment. The seats units is highly convertible, which can be used for driving, working, and sleeping.

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Module 1/ Public Space

Workout Space / Entertainment / Fun-Bar Zone

Workout Space
Workout Space

The Module 1 contains workout space and entertainment space. Workout space contains treadmill, punching bags for guest to maintain their strength and fitness in the environment of space.

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Entertainment Space
Entertainment Space

Entertainment space contains electronic equipment which can be used as a multifunctional space allowing tourists to watch movies, have chats, eat food and do their daily summary here.

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Fun-Bar Zone
Fun-Bar Zone

The second floor of the entertainment space. This area is allowing guests and crew members to gather here to have fun or have a drink.

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Workout Space
Workout Space

The Module 1 contains workout space and entertainment space. Workout space contains treadmill, punching bags for guest to maintain their strength and fitness in the environment of space.

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Module 2/ Private Space

Bed / Bathroom

Desk Space
Desk Space

The Module 2 is a private space for tourists to get relaxation. The private room contains all living systems and equipment. The desk table allows them to do some individual work.

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Bed
Bed

The curtain can be pulled to provide a total private resting space. The bed is beside the large window which can see outside view unobstructed.

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Desk Space
Desk Space

The Module 2 is a private space for tourists to get relaxation. The private room contains all living systems and equipment. The desk table allows them to do some individual work.

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Radiation Protection

Watered Glass Windowpane Principle / Window Details

in order to protect guests from the radiation, the glass is chosen as high tech thick glass which is actually a composite of four laminated panels consisting of thin exterior debris panes that protects it from micrometeorites, two internal pressure panes. The water inside of the laminated panes helps obstruct radiation from outside but provide a clear outside view for guests at same times.

ROVER HOTEL PLAN

RECOGNITIONS

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