The technology patented by the Aerospace District of Sardinia will make it possible to obtain oxygen, fertilizers, propellants and edible biomass from resources on the red planet.
India has approved the granting of a patent owned by DASS, the Aerospace District of Sardinia, on the process to ensure the sustenance of human missions using only the resources available on Mars, from soil to carbon dioxide. So far the technology had been approved by China, Europe, Japan, Russia and the United States of America. The goal of future Dass missions will be to obtain oxygen, fertilizers, propellants and edible biomass from resources on the red planet.
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