work until it is reactivated.
This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Environmental Considerations for Life on the Moon, Orbit Siderial Period: 27.32 days Synodic Period : 29.53 Days Eccentricity: 0.054 Earth-Moon Distance: 384,000 km One Way Light Distance: 1.28 sec indicates Life must be in Illumination Controlled Environment, No Shielding from Space Radiation especially Solar Storms, Galactic Cosmic Rays characterized by Heavy Ions Component e.g. Iron, Galactic Cosmic Rays characterized by Ultra High Energy, Magnetic Field ~1 to 100 Nanotesla (ə% of Earth's) provide No Shielding from Space Radiation, No Shielding from Space Radiation indicates 1. Life must be in Shielded Environment (Solar Storms), No Shielding from Space Radiation indicates 2. Lifetime Limitations (GCR Accumulation), Mass, Density, Gravity & Escape Speed M: 7.4 x 10*22 kg (about 1/80 of Earth) d: 3346 kg/m*3 Surface Gravity: 0.1622g Escape Speed: 2.38 km/sec indicates Life must be able to adapt to 1/6 Earth Gravity, Heavy Ions Component e.g. Iron are Especially Damaging, Atmosphere Extremeley Tenuous Episodic Outgassing provide No Shielding from Space Radiation, Solar Storms requires Appropriate Shielding, Surface Temperature Equator Daytime Maximum: 390K Nightime Minimum: 100K 85deg Latitude Daytime Maximum: 230K Nightime Minimum: 70K indicates Life must be in Temperature Controlled Environment, No Shielding from Space Radiation especially Galactic Cosmic Rays, Ultra High Energy implies Shielding Impracticable, Atmosphere Extremeley Tenuous Episodic Outgassing indicates Life must be in Controlled Artificial Atmosphere