Mission Space Lab Projektforlob

Af de fire hold der gik videre til anden runde er holdet Space Gardners udvalgt og gået videre til tredie runde, hvilket vil sige at de får deres python kode op at køre på ISS. Her er artikel i Frederiksborg amts avis hvor eleverne fortæller:

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Her er de fire der blev udvalgt og gik videre til 2 runde i mission space lab. Med andre ord: Følgende hold har kvalificeret sig til anden runde:

Space gardeners:

'Plants are an essential part of our life, therefore we would like to research plant growth in space. Outside the earth's atmosphere other conditions apply and it is therefore interesting to research relevant factors that have an effect on plant growth and collect these data.
Apart from that we will research various plants on earth to test the same factors and figure out which factors have the greatest influence on the plant growth, if we can’t find an optimal plant we have considered to gene modify a plant that makes an almost perfect space plant.
Afterwards we will compare the data and conclude which plants are most optimal to grow in space with regard to the measuring from Astro Pi.
This can solve a lot of problems as weight saving, due to the fact that the astronauts only need to transport seed, instead of food and therefore reduce the amount of fuel used.'

'In order to succeed with the experiment, we will use the Astro Pi to measure the luminosity through the visible camera, the humidity, the temperature, the magnetic field, and the pressure. We have chosen these factors because they all have an influence on the plant growth.
Biologically a plant also requires other factors to grow, which the Astro Pi can't measure. We researched it and discovered that these factors such as gravity, growth media etc. isn't a problem in space and it is therefore enough only to use the Astro Pi's measuring.
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Mohammad Ahmad
Victor Ditlev Kunde

Team JNJM :

'We want to look at the clouds on earth and try to make out patterns to see if any storms are being created. This will hopefully also give us a better understanding of storms and hurricanes. '

'We plan to use the Astro Pi by giving it some patterns of storms in the past. If the Astro Pi then sees a pattern, it will look back in the recording to see how it looked earlier. We are planning to use the infrared camera for this'

Fra 2y:

Jonathan Ulrich
Mads Joachim Krebs
Nicolas Brandt Haurum
Jacob Mohr

Team N-ice:

'In our project we are focusing on using the infrared camera, to analyze the ice on earth. The purpose of the experiment is to find the amount of ice on earth, and furthermore see how much of the ice is inland ice versus sea ice. From the data we collect about the amount of ice, we will find out what the average albedo effect from the ice is, as well as what the albedo effect is on different places on earth. The measures of the albedo
effect and the amount of ice is used as a measure to tell what global warming is doing to the earth, and to see if the overall planet health is fine. '

'We will use the infrared camera module to get pictures of the earth. The astro pi will be written a computer program that analyses the pictures to collect data about the amount of ice on earth. Furthermore the program will use the data, about the amount of ice on earth, to calculate the albedo effect on different places on earth. The program will then find the average albedo affect, but also where the albedo affect is highest. We will then find the consequences of a very high or low albedo effect for a specific area. '

Kristoffer August Kortbæk
Jakob Moltke
Philippe Nguyen Laigaard Jensen

Gravity falls:

' We will se if there is any change in the acceleration around the Earth, and see if the cities have an impact on that. '

'We will use the accelerometer, to see if there is any change in acceleration. '

Christian Harbo
John Tran
Jonatan Zyskind
William Bloksgaard

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