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German Students aim to put cyanobacteria on Mars to generate oxygen

Dec 23, 2014 by Tomasz Nowakowski, Astrowatch.net


Cyanobacteria Spirulina. Credit: cyanoknights.bio

Mars is a very harsh and hostile environment for future human explorers and like any other known planet it has no breathable air. That could change someday, and it may be soon enough for our generation to witness it, as the student team from Germany has a bold vision to make a first step to terraform the Red Planet, turning it more Earth-like. The plan is to send cyanobacteria to Mars to generate oxygen out of carbon dioxide which is the main component of Martian atmosphere (nearly 96%). "Cyanobacteria do live in conditions on Earth where no life would be expected. You find them everywhere on our planet!" team leader Robert P. Schröder told astrowatch.net. "It is the first step on Mars to test microorganisms." The project is participating in the Mars One University Competition and if it wins, it will be send as a payload to Mars, onboard the Dutch company's mission to the Red Planet. Now everyone can vote to help make it happen by visiting the CyanoKnights.bio webpage.

The team behind the initiative is composed of a voluntary and interdisciplinary group of students and scientists, from the University of Applied Science and Technical University, both located in Darmstadt, Germany. They call their project 'Cyano Knights' as Schröder explains: "Because of the long history of those Cyanos and their will to survive I named it Cyano Knights and sent the payload proposal instantly to Mars One."

The students work on their project in the laboratory of Cell Culture Technology of the University of Applied Science and they are also in contact with different institutes, not only from Germany.

Cyanobacteria will deliver oxygen made of their photosynthesis, reducing carbon dioxide and produce an environment for living organisms. Furthermore, they can supply food and important vitamins for a healthy nutrition. The team is already testing cyanobacteria with different environmental conditions in quarantined photobioreactors and monitoring their activities to determine the best working solution on Mars.

Schröder reveals that the idea was born in August this year. But why cyanobacteria? "Initial ideas were of a technical nature, but that was too boring for me. In school I liked biotechnology and that have not changed very much. Once I heard of cyanobacteria and how they can survive in harsh conditions on earth and at this special night I had a flashback which grabbed me and convinced me completely," he explains.


The team ensures that at the end of the mission those very well quarantined microorganisms will be terminated. "We will destroy our microorganisms because we don't want to harm Mars," Schröder adds.

So what amount of this bacteria will be needed to fully terraform Mars? "As for now we don't know that really, because we need to find out the best habitable conditions for each strain to cultivate them and then we have references and can calculate it," Schröder says. "We need to test Mars-like conditions and analyze how much energy we have to put into the photobioreactor. So it's a lot work to do."

Mars One will take one project to Mars along with its unmanned lander mission in 2018. Voting submission will be accepted until Dec. 31, 2014. The winning university payload will be announced on Jan. 5, 2015.

Schröder, also a hopeful Mars One colonist is convinced that this is a once in a lifetime Mars shot: "I am proud to be a Mars One astronaut candidate of the current round and don't plan to participate in other missions to get to Mars." So it's more like an ultimate battle for King Robert and his Cyano Knights with Mars at stake.

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Private Spaceship Builder Wants to Go to Mars — To Save Humanity

by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer   |   August 04, 2011 08:00am ET





This still from a SpaceX mission concept video shows a Dragon space capsule landing on the surface of Mars. SpaceX's Dragon is a privately built space capsule to carry unmanned payloads, and eventually astronauts, into space.
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A private spaceflight company is dead serious about taking astronauts to Mars, saying that the very survival of humanity depends on settling other planets.

Space Exploration Technologies — better known as SpaceX — was founded primarily to help humankind establish a lasting presence beyond Earth, according to millionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, SpaceX's CEO and founder. Such expansion is necessary to safeguard our species over the long haul, he added.

"Ultimately, the thing that is super-important in the grand scale of history is, are we on a path to becoming a multiplanet species or not?" Musk said during a talk Monday (Aug. 1) at a meeting of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in San Diego.

"If we're not, well, that's not a very bright future," Musk continued. "We'll simply be hanging out on Earth until some eventual calamity claims us." [Video: Elon Musk on Going to Mars]

Going to Mars

SpaceX is actively working to get people to Mars. Musk has said he hopes to send astronauts to the Red Planet within 10 or 20 years — up to 15 years earlier than NASA plans to put boots on the ground there.


An artist's illustration of a SpaceX Falcon 9 Heavy rocket launching into space.
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Astronauts could make the nine-month trip to Mars in the company's Dragon capsule, which SpaceX is developing to deliver cargo and crew to the International Space Station, according to Musk. And SpaceX is also working on a heavy-lift rocket, called the Falcon Heavy, which could blast Dragon or other craft toward the Red Planet. [The Falcon and Dragons of SpaceX]

Dragon has already made one test flight, during which it launched unmanned, orbited Earth twice and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean. The Falcon Heavy may fly for the first time by late 2012 or early 2013, Musk has said.

Of course, just getting a handful of people to the Red Planet is a far cry from setting up permanent human settlements there — which is what Musk wants to help make happen.

"That's kind of how I'm judging SpaceX," said Musk, who also founded the company and serves as its chief technology officer. "Are we helping move things in that direction?"

Making spaceflight cheaper

Colonizing Mars would require ferrying hundreds of thousands of people and millions of tons of cargo there, Musk said.

That would mean a lot of flights, and that's not feasible with today's rockets. They're just too expensive, lofting payloads at a cost of several thousand dollars per pound or more. To make a long-lasting Mars settlement a real possibility, those launch costs will have to come way down, to $50 or $100 per pound, Musk said.

Significant breakthroughs are needed to make spaceflight that cheap. Chief among them is creating a reusable rocket, Musk said. But it's not going to be easy.

"There's a reason that nobody has invented a fully reusable rocket before," Musk said. "It's super damn hard."

Still, Musk expressed optimism that it can be done. In fact, he added, SpaceX has some solid ideas about how to make it happen.

"I think we've got something that on paper closes, and we'll see if that turns out to be reality as well," Musk said.

Science missions, too

While a human colony on Mars may be a long way off, SpaceX is actively planning an unmanned trip that could get to the Red Planet much sooner.

The company is working with NASA on a mission to look for signs of life on Mars. On this so-called "Red Dragon" mission, NASA science hardware would travel to Mars aboard a Dragon capsule, keeping costs down to $400 million or less, excluding the launch vehicle.

Red Dragon could launch toward Mars by 2018, NASA researchers have said.

And the NASA-SpaceX science partnership could extend even farther into the solar system, Musk announced Monday.

"We're talking to NASA about some potential missions that go out to 150 or 200 A.U. [astronomical units] — sort of way out, past Pluto and stuff," Musk said.

You can follow SPACE.com senior writer Mike Wall on Twitter: @michaeldwall. Follow SPACE.com for the latest in space science and exploration news on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook.






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