Boeing/SICSA Deep Space Station

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Boeing & SICSA DSG

This proposal for a Deep Space Gateway aims at combining excellence in engineering, mission planning and high-quality interior design to provide for a crew of four the best accommodation possible to work and experience life in micro-gravity far from the safety of Earth. Crew’s comfort and safety were the two most important criteria for the design of the mission and the spacecraft. Living and working in the orbit of the moon implies a consideration of worst-case scenarios that won’t rely on a quick return to earth as it is the case today on the ISS. Radiation exposure is increased, the need for a medical area and expertise is also required. All those elements as well as the psychological impact of being confined in a small environment will drive the design of the interior to be as compatible with the human psyche as possible. The implementation of bigger personal quarters as well as the presence of plants seemed to be two of the most important decisions. Consideration of the circadian rhythm will dictate how the light will be regulated as well as how the light will be propagated inside the habitat. A change of the interior arrangement of the DSG will also enable the crew to experience a variation of their working condition, driving up performances. A central axis about the size of the opening of the international port also drives the design as this axis needs to be free in case of contamination or failure of the structure of the modules, the circulation between the modules is extremely important, each one of them needs to be able to accommodate the four members of the crew for a period of at least 4 days, in case the integrity of Orion or a connected module is compromised.

2023 - EM-2 - 19.56 m3

2025 - EM-4 - 128 m3

2024 - EM-3 - 82 m3

2026 - EM-5 - 217 m3

2027 - EM-7 - 236 m3

2028 - EM-9 -222 m3

2029 - EM-10 - 209 m3

2029 - EM-11 - 221 m3

ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE (PRESSURIZED VOLUME ) Final Assembly ‐ Habitat ‐ Airlock ‐ Node Hab ‐ Bus Start Task Duration ( minutes ) Module 6:00 Waking up 10 Habitat Dressing up Toilet break 6:40 Breakfast

Location Sleeping space

25 Habitat 10 Node/Hab 50 Habitat‐Node/Hab

Conference Experiment Weekly Housekeeping Exercise

15 150 150 60

Shower 13:00 Lunch

Habitat Habitat‐Node/Hab Habitat‐Node/Hab Node/Hab

10 Habitat 60 Habitat‐Node/Hab

Experiment Weekly Housekeeping Exercise

150 Habitat‐Node/Hab 150 Habitat‐Node/Hab 60 Node/Hab

Shower Conference Diner

10 Habitat 15 Habitat 60 Habitat‐Node/Hab

Free time 21:30 Sleep

120 Habitat 510 Habitat

Total

Automatic task Tools used Adapative LED lighting Speaker‐LED light‐Storage ‐ Alarm clock Storage ECLSS systems Microwave‐Water distributor‐ Kitchen tools Briefing‐System info Camera

Personal Space Waste compartment Galley/Personal space Personal Space/Wardroom Depends on the task Depends on the task Work‐out space

Body informations‐ entertainment

Personal space/Waste compartment Galley/Personal space Depends on the task Depends on the task Work‐out space

Water distributor ‐ Storage Microwave‐Water distributor‐ Kitchen tools

Body informations‐ entertainment

Personal space/Waste compartment Personal Space/Wardroom Galley/Personal space Personal space/VR space Sleeping space

Bike‐other

ARED‐other

Water distributor ‐ Storage Camera Microwave‐Water distributor‐ Kitchen tools VR set‐Personal storage‐EVA Adapative LED lighting Speaker‐LED light‐Storage

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EXPERIMENTS AREA

ASTRONAUT SCHEDULE

0.99AU

2.24AU

CREW’S QUARTERS

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE

10,000km

1 2 3 4 5 6

400,173km

MARS

4

Orion’s forward window

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Habitable Volume

Orion Habitat - 46 m3 Node/Hab - 20 m3 Airlock - 16 m3 Power module Ascent/Descent spacecraft

ISS = 64,67 m3 / crew DSG Boeing SICSA = 20.5 m3 / crew

5 2

3 C

B A

Pressure and Atmosphere

Stowage for 4 for 300 days

14.7 psia / 75kpa 21% 02 78% N 1% CO2

Clothing = 273 kg / 1.20 m3 Water = 1,600 l / 1.60 m3 90% recycling Food = 750 kg / 8.5 m3

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FULL CONFIGURATION

4 6 1

2 3

A

Crew quarters and storage

Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture Cullen College of Engineering

University of Houston

B

Exercise and Human waste

C Experiments and storage

Thomas Lagarde Graduate student thomas.lagarde@outlook.com Second semester 2017

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4 m3

Sleeping and working

1

Polyethylene surface 2” / 5cm

2

Growing medium and lighting fixture

3

Supply air

4

Return air

5

Door with sound insulation material and decorative layer

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Sound insulation material 2” / 5 cm