(Photo from: SEArch + / Apis Cor, viaNew atlas)
The most prestigious one is the SEArch + / Apis Cor team from New York. As the big winner of this 3D Print Habitat Challenge, it has already received a $34,000 prize.
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The team's Martian habitat uses a kinked tower shape that supports a continuous reinforcement structure with openings that allow light to penetrate naturally.
The second place is the Zoperhous team from Arkansas, which has already won a prize of $33,400. (viaNASA)
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The habitat is built by an autonomous Rover, and the robot can be built locally, and the modules can be connected together.
The third place is the Mars Incubator team from Connecticut, which has received a $32,600 prize. The habitat consists of a vestibule, a living area, a multi-functional area, and a plant growth area.
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It is reported that NASA's "3D Print Habitat Challenge" will officially come to an end on May 1~4, when the teams are expected to compete for the final $800,000.