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What to do with human waste in space? Convert it into rocket fuel

by PF Louis, Natural News:

The dynamic of converting agricultural and human waste into energy has been popping up in different locations here in the USA, in the UK, and in parts of Europe. Now, initial research into the feasibility of creating biogas, a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide, for transport back to the earth from a planned moon base has begun.

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) recently decided to install an inhabited lunar station between 2019 and 2024. Whether they are on target or not is unknown by this author.

They have apparently progressed enough to have researchers at the University of Florida (UF) develop a process to create fuel on location using waste materials to power the station and fuel for the return trip.

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1 comment to What to do with human waste in space? Convert it into rocket fuel

  • Ed_B

    Two things. First, carbon dioxide has no use as a rocket fuel because it does not support combustion. It is already at a very low energy state so will not contribute energy to further chemical reactions. Second, human waste has tremendous value as food for plants and those plants create both food for humans as well as O2 that we can breathe. Both of these are highly desirable on long-term space flights and on bases far from Earth.

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