Scientists have long been like Mars and the Moon. To live on extraterrestrial planets and establish new colonies looking for ways. For this goal, which requires enormous cost and extensive research, an astonishing method has been developed by scientists at NASA.
Researchers at NASA wind astronodollars to build structures on different planets like Mars body fluids such as blood, sweat or tears, announced that they could combine with the dust on the planet to form a harder material than concrete.
If urea is added to the mix, the material becomes stronger than concrete
Stating that living on another planet can only be possible with life on land, scientists said that building materials such as concrete will be needed for this, but because it would be extremely costly to transport materials from Earth to different planets. that this is almost impossible states.
Scientists started researching to find alternative solutions for this and found that concrete can be obtained by combining Mars or Moon dust with body fluids. For this found in human blood plasma Leveraging Albumini (HSA)researchers in their experiments at least as strong as concrete managed to get a material.
Then the addition of urea to this mixture made the concrete stronger
The researchers who discovered stated that in the study they published in Materials Today Bio, this exotic biocomposidollarserine 3 sizedollar water printer can be obtained, and the materials will be enough for the crew setting out on a 72-week Mars mission.