On July 21, 1969, man set foot on the moon for the first time. With Neil Armstrong’s simple words, “one small step for mankind, one big step for mankind”, the world has changed irreversibly. According to foreign media reports, NASA is cooperating with herox to launch “watts on the moon” challenge to collect energy management, distribution and storage solutions in the lunar night environment, which may be the key to long-term human settlement on the moon, foreign media reported. NASA says it’s time to return to the surface of the moon. After decades of research and practice, crossing the space near earth orbit is no longer out of reach. This time, NASA wants humans to stay on the moon. To this end, NASA developed the Artemis program (named the goddess of hunting, Apollo’s twin sister) and set a goal to bring humans back to the moon by 2024. < / P > < p > If NASA wants to solve the problem of human habitation on the moon, it needs to find a solar energy substitute first. Because in some cases, nights on the moon can last 350 hours at a time. The long moonlit night, coupled with extreme temperature changes, makes it difficult to collect and use solar energy, and the energy supply cannot be guaranteed. In this case, NASA and herox have launched the watts on the moon challenge to seek energy management, distribution and storage solutions from the outside world to ensure the possibility of maintaining human survival on the moon. < / P > < p > any U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States aged 18 or above, as well as organizations registered and operating in the United States (with restrictions), are eligible to participate. The competition is expected to be divided into three stages. In the first phase, three activities will be launched, with a total bonus of $500000. According to the decision of NASA’s panel of judges, the judges will select three winners for each event, with $100000 each, four runners up and $50000 each. < / P > < p > based on the results of the first phase, NASA will continue the second phase of the evaluation, focusing on the development of prototype systems. The total amount of the second phase is expected to be 4.5 million dollars. Further details on the number of winners and the division of prizes in the second phase will be released in the future. At the end of the second phase, NASA may invite multiple teams to work together to enter the third phase of the competition to design and build flight level hardware for operational demonstrations on the lunar surface. “We’re proud to be working with NASA again and working together to solve the interstellar energy problem,” said Christian cotichini, CEO of herox. The solutions collected will not only have a profound impact on space exploration, but also help improve life on earth in terms of the use and storage of renewable energy. ” According to foreign media on September 28, NASA and herox are cooperating to launch the watts on the moon challenge to collect energy management, distribution and storage solutions in the lunar night environment, saying that they may be the key to long-term human settlement on the moon. On July 21, 1969, man set foot on the moon for the first time. With Neil Armstrong’s simple words, “one small step for mankind, one big step for mankind”, the world has changed irreversibly. NASA says it’s time to return to the surface of the moon. After decades of research and practice, crossing the space near earth orbit is no longer out of reach. This time, NASA wants humans to stay on the moon. To this end, NASA developed the Artemis program (named the goddess of hunting, Apollo’s twin sister) and set a goal to bring humans back to the moon by 2024. < / P > < p > If NASA wants to solve the problem of human habitation on the moon, it needs to find a solar energy substitute first. Because in some cases, nights on the moon can last 350 hours at a time. The long moonlit night, coupled with extreme temperature changes, makes it difficult to collect and use solar energy, and the energy supply cannot be guaranteed. In this case, NASA and herox have launched the watts on the moon challenge to seek energy management, distribution and storage solutions from the outside world to ensure the possibility of maintaining human survival on the moon. < / P > < p > any U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the United States aged 18 or above, as well as organizations registered and operating in the United States (with restrictions), are eligible to participate. The competition is expected to be divided into three stages. In the first phase, three activities will be launched, with a total bonus of $500000. According to the decision of NASA’s panel of judges, the judges will select three winners for each event, with $100000 each, four runners up and $50000 each. < / P > < p > based on the results of the first phase, NASA will continue the second phase of the evaluation, focusing on the development of prototype systems. In the second phase, the total amount is expected to reach 4.5 million US dollars. Further details on the number of winners and the division of prizes in the second phase will be released in the future. At the end of the second phase, NASA may invite multiple teams to work together to enter the third phase of the competition to design and build flight level hardware for operational demonstrations on the lunar surface. “We’re proud to be working with NASA again and working together to solve the interstellar energy problem,” said Christian cotichini, CEO of herox. The solutions collected will not only have a profound impact on space exploration, but also help improve life on earth in terms of the use and storage of renewable energy. ” Global Tech

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