Once we land on Mars, energy will be indispensable to sustain life. ARES is a fully renewable energy system designed for Martian conditions, providing enough power to construct a rhizomatic underground habitat. The super-low atmospheric density, low solar irradiation and big seasonal fluctuations on Mars make it a very challenging environment.
On Thursday, 2 July, at 14.30 (CET), we will present the results of our TU Delft Design Synthesis Exercise project: a pumping kite power system, solar arrays, a day-to-day storage and a seasonal storage. If you want to know more, please check into the live presentation during the online DSE Symposium: Go to http://tiny.cc/DSE23 and find is in stream B. We hope to see you on Thursday!