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dc.creatorHava, Heather
dc.creatorZhou, Larissa
dc.creatorLombardi, Elizabeth
dc.creatorCui, Kaixin
dc.creatorJoung, Heeyeon
dc.creatorManzano, Sarah Aguasvivas
dc.creatorKing, Abby
dc.creatorKinlaw, Hayley
dc.creatorBaker, Kyri
dc.creatorKaufman, Andy
dc.creatorCorrell, Nikolaus
dc.date.accessioned2019-06-20T13:53:00Z
dc.date.available2019-06-20T13:53:00Z
dc.date.issued2019-07-07
dc.identifier.otherICES_2019_302
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/2346/84413
dc.descriptionHeather Hava, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionLarissa Zhou, Harvard University, USA
dc.descriptionElizabeth Lombardi, Cornell University, USA
dc.descriptionKaixin Cui, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionHeeyeon Joung, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionSarah Aguasvivas Manzano, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionAbby King, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionHayley Kinlaw, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionKyri Baker, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionAndy Kaufman, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
dc.descriptionNikolaus Correll, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
dc.descriptionICES502: Space Architecture
dc.descriptionThe 49th International Conference on Environmental Systems as held in Boston, Massachusetts, USA on 07 July 2019 through 11 July 2019.
dc.description.abstractPlant growth systems are a critical component of a comprehensive Bioregenerative Life Support System (BLiSS) for long-duration human space exploration missions. Previous BLiSS technology development and crop selection have primarily focused on optimization of edible biomass and caloric content. In light of advances in horticulture, human space flight science, technology and nutritional science, these systems can benefit from reexamination. A holistic approach to designing plant growth systems and crop selection for human exploration missions must address how to influence long-term crew health, morale, and performance through multiple modalities. The greenhouse design concept for SIRONA: Sustainable Integration of Regenerative Outer-space Nature and Agriculture is presented. SIRONA is a food production, preparation, and preservation facility that includes: Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaponics (IMTA), Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) systems, automation technologies, food preparation/preservation concepts as well as integration of crew recreation, access to nature, and horticulture therapy. This food production facility has the capability to produce a wide variety of food sources including land crops, algae, aquatic crops and aquatic animals (fish, crustaceans, and mollusks), all of which provide additional health benefits beyond fulfilling basic nutritional needs. SIRONA uses an innovative holistic design approach to integrate the following living systems: astronauts, plants, animals and microbes. Additionally, an updated food selection framework is presented that integrates an expanded set of evaluation criteria including nutritional, medicinal, and psychological value of edible living systems.
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dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisher49th International Conference on Environmental Systems
dc.subjectHuman Space Exploration
dc.subjectBioregenerative Life Support System
dc.subjectHuman-Plant Interaction
dc.subjectHabitability
dc.subjectCrops
dc.subjectCrew Health and Well-being
dc.subjectFresh Food
dc.subjectBiophilia
dc.subjectMars Greenhouse
dc.titleSIRONA: Sustainable Integration of Regenerative Outer-space Nature and Agriculture. Part 1 -- Architecture and Technologyen_US
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