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Orbital and Planetary Challenges for Human Mars Exploration

By SpaceRef Editor
January 14, 2021
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Malaya Kumar Biswal M, Noor Basanta Das, Ramesh Naidu Annavarapu

The space challenges do exist at every stride on a human expedition to Mars that arise due to galactic natural phenomena and artificial technologies. This paper emphasizes on Mars orbital and planetary challenges encountered from orbit to the surface exploration. The Mars orbital challenges embrace hazards of cosmic radiation and asteroid impact in orbit, disrupted communication relay from the ground, the intelligence of planetary weather clearance, and execution of successful entry, descent, and landing. Comparably planetary challenge encompasses identifying scientific landing site, an intrusion of erratic environment and weather, complexity in in-situ resource extraction and exploitation, navigation and surface mobilization, and retarded communication from relay orbiters. The prime intent of this study is to present every prospective challenge and its recommendations impending human settlement on Mars.

Comments: Conference Presented: 3rd IAA/AAS SciTech Forum 2020 Cyber Edition held virtually at RUDN University, Moscow, Russia from 8-10 December 2020. Accepted by International Program Committee for publication in the Volume of Advances of the Astronautical Sciences. (Manuscript Number: IAA-AAS-SciTech2020-019). Paper holds 10 Pages, 05 Figures and 40 References

Subjects: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (astro-ph.EP); Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (astro-ph.IM)

Report number: IAA-AAS-SciTech2020-019

Cite as: arXiv:2101.04725 [astro-ph.EP] (or arXiv:2101.04725v1 [astro-ph.EP] for this version)

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From: Malaya Kumar Biswal M 

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