Unit #1 will be placed a few miles
from where the Apollo astronauts used to train for
Inside find an open space, with
external modules for bath, galley, breakfast nook
On top is a clear geodesic dome
with queen size berth under it. It is suspended
by carbon fiber tensors so the light can stream
in down all around the berth.
A foam/glass cover can be used to
keep extreme heat or cold out of the dome.
Down inside is a soft lounging pit.
On one side is an outside deck.
The systems are placed in the hexagon
ring that the living space rests on.
The Lunar Lander can rest comfortably
on drastic, uneven terrain.
These off-the-grid outposts will
use the latest marine technology to afford a strong,
light, and easily maintained structure.
After the prototype Lunar Lander
is built, a line of other larger models will follow.