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NASA Awarded Group Who Created Designs For 3D Habitat On Mars


According Business Insider, "NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge finally revealed a winner this month after four years of competition." In 2015, designers were asked to design printable 3D habitat shelters humans could use on Mars. The design that won is called Marsha. Designers used natural materials on Mars to create vertical pods that NASA agreed could potentially be sturdy enough to live and survive in on the Red Planet.

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