Student Team | University of Strathclyde
We are PowerHab! A team of fourth- and fifth-year engineering students from the University of Strathclyde selected to participate in the IGLUNA 2020 campaign with the Swiss Space Center and ESA. Our objective is to develop a system capable of powering a lunar habitat whilst maintaining resiliency in the harsh lunar environment.
2 weeks ago
In space, the demand for electrical power is not only a requirement for technology, it is a necessity for survival. Without technologies to maintain environmental conditions mimicking those at the Earth’s surface, humans could not survive in space.
2 months ago
Our power system is designed to provide viable energy generation, storage and distribution to a lunar habitat and incorporate multiple subsystems to allow for redundancy should one subsystem fail.