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Other TitleDevelopment of the space agriculture concept
Author(jpn)山下 雅道; 秋山 豊寛; 新井 真由美; 石井 忠司; 石川 洋二; 稲富 裕光; 大島 泰郎; 大西 充; 大森 克徳; 大森 正之
Author(eng)Yamashita, Masamichi; Akiyama, Toyohiro; Arai, Mayumi; Ishii, Chuji; Ishikawa, Yoji; Inatomi, Yuko; Oshima, Tairo; Onishi, Mitsuru; Omori, Katsunori; Omori, Masayuki
Author Affiliation(jpn)宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン; 宇宙農業サロン
Author Affiliation(eng)Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon; Space Agriculture Saloon
Issue Date2007-03
PublisherInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA/ISAS)
Publication title宇宙利用シンポジウム 第23回 平成18年度
Space Utilization Research: Proceedings of the Twenty-third Space Utilization Symposium
Start page396
End page399
Publication date2007-03
AbstractScope of biological science in space is widely discussed with the long ranged planning of space science. Three sub-discipline defined are; astrobiology to explore the origin of life in solar system, planetary biology to understand evolution and adaptation of living organisms against planetary environment of Earth, and biological/ecological engineering to extend human presence in space. Space agriculture relates to all three supporting astrobiology exploration on Mars, based on basic knowledge of planetary biology. The concept of space agriculture has been developed with model space menu based on nutritional requirements and productivity at limited resource of farming area and other aspects. Combination of rice, sweet potato, soybean, green-yellow vegetable, silkworm pupa, loach fish, and sodium salt was selected. Co-culture of rice, azolla and loach is a candidate of space farming. Generation of agricultural soil was considered of Martian regolith mixed with compost of inedible biomass and human metabolic waste. Several concepts were compared for the recycle loop of sodium and potassium. Marine macro-algae, ulva, and halophyte species, iceplant are studied for this purpose. Fundamental characteristics of these two species are examined.
Keywordsspace agriculture; proposal; food production (in space); agriculture; hydroponics; life support system; ecosystem; soil; regolith; fertilizer; water; 宇宙農業; 提案; 宇宙における食糧生産; 農業; 水耕栽培; 生命維持システム; 生態系; 土壌; レゴリス; 肥料; 水
Document TypeConference Paper
JAXA Categoryシンポジウム・研究会

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