Cole Centrifugal Healthful Living Environment
Space and Hazardous Environments Habitats Design and Development

Planetary Biological Hazard Identification Process
Design for proposal a process for assessing potential bio hazards on integrating life to another planet.
Create paper on the ethics and potential dangers of landing any vehicles and especially human visitation of planets. The danger of inoculating life forms in the open environment on another planet.

An international conference and summit should be conducted to deal with rights and uses, and provide a legal framework to coordinate future endeavors in space.
Procedures for hazardous processes identification will be specified for all future space-exploration.
Frame questions on whether the introduction of life will permanently poison a planet, rendering its environment uninhabitable.
Slime mold and penicillin are among the most robust life-forms, many of which are extraordinarily hard to eliminate from space environments and pose a nearly impossible job of abating. Slime organisms are so pervasive, forms are found in deep caves, - are sulfur based, and need no sunlight. The many organisms we may bring, may allow a few to form a supporting cycle of life.
The many possibilities need to be examined under the full scrutiny of the scientific community. This proposed Hazard ID Project is wholly necessary preparatory work and needs to be an international effort.

Procedures for hazardous processes identification will need to be specified under international treaty for all future space-exploration where it must be seen that each environment is unique and needs to be uniquely assessed.

See Mars-Corp

Mission Structure:
Earth to orbit system of aircraft towed orbiter-vehicles, transverse shipping, stationary satellites and lander vehicles. These will include a schematic of public and private companies and endeavors.
Life support system includes septic, water and air to accommodate space vehicles and planetary installations. These will be designed to accommodate and integrate with both space vehicles asteroid mining environments and planetary installations.

It must be remembered, mining will involve Asteroids, the composition of which may be heavy metals and radioactive materials. Therefore mining vehicles will need radiation and isolated materials-handling structures. Contaminated materials handling protocols apply. These need to be designed for a full range of expected materials with modular design set-ups for unexpected and creative uses.

Orbital Protocols
Design orbital regimes and create orbital protocols and integrate with Over-all Operations Protocol  ( O-Op )

All work stations can become future science laboratories.
Plans will be constructed for science labs and multi-array observatories on Mars, or around the Mars orbiting descent and launch station, or around the mid-point fuels-dump space station.

Constant Operations Parameters
Requisites for susceptibility and sustained operations to be integrated with Over-all Operations Protocol

Initial systems, Building and Growth
    Operations integrating initial phase installations
Establish Structures
    domiciles, gardens and workstations
    Power and Utilities
        Design initial power station and utilities to integrate with Over-all Operations Protocol
        Process for water supply. - Water treatment units that accompany spacecraft will be designed for use on the planet to integrate into a larger water-systems scheme to feed the various “life-domes,” structures and work-stations.
        There should be careful management of water colors, white, gray, black, etc. These would be treated in the garden corridors. [Check plant pistil/pollen reproductive systems and growth rate on low gravity.] There may need to be Gravity Rings for certain garden requirements. This system needs to be dynamically integrated into the overall recycling regime and with the energy & power systems. Solar to Hydrogen and Oxygen production are initial goals.

Operations and Management
Define general operations and management systems and integrate with Over-all Operations Protocol
Prep for future Mining
Prep for future Manufacturing
Prep for future Resource Development
Prep for future Habitat Installations and Settlements
Prep for future Utilities
Design Transport and Living Quarters
Create controlled centrifugal habitats design to accommodate space vehicles and planetary installations.

1): Design hexagonal cells, or other geometries for modular units that will disengage from their Earth-to-Mars vehicle, be transported by shuttle to the surface and then stack and ride in carousels around the center access hub. Gondolas transport to and from living quarters to the center hub where people descend or ascend from tram tunnels under ground.

Life-domes are a covered carousel of the hex living quarters that were the living quarters in the spacecraft and ride as a carousel in the domes to create a faux-gravity - having had the same function on the inter-planetary spacecraft. These should be designed so that smaller domes will eventually become much larger units to take best advantage of the flywheel effect.
Figure angle of flooring to carousels diameter for best weight to speed false-gravity effect.
Life-domes should covered with a skin that provides view and insulation. This could be a layered net. Viewing decks can be integrated.

It may be possible to significantly reduce energy requirements by designing a water system to create and take advantage of a quasi fly-wheel effect by uniting together all centrifugal habitats and work-stations in a redundant dual turbine recirculating jet water system.

It may be possible to design interior-surfaced piping with drag-dampening interior fluting that would also salvage spurious charge.

It may be altogether more efficient to design permanently integrated space-craft that supply and support all operations of human living environments. Space-craft need food production, water and sewage. Over all systems design considerations may allow these to stand outside the strictly modular.

These will be "Domicile Rings" with a computer-controlled, reciprocating weight displacement system via pumped water piped through opposing domiciles. These Domicile Rings rotate within an outer, non-rotating Water Jacket in which water is reservoired and retrieved in a carefully orchestrated slow movement out and back in opposing directions. Note: air weighs, 0.0807 lbs/cf

Work Stations
Multiple and heavy-use, gravity units are, of course, separate from normal living quarters and must be so designed.
There should be trams that connect life-domes. These corridors will be modular and will also provide gardens and utilities runs for the modular and expandable recirculation life support system