Weather and care can be regulated from regolit, making it easier for people to spend time in & # 39; month & # 39; e future, according to ArianeGroup. The research could also make it easy to burn footwear at a month's time, so the future expeditions can go further into space, the aerospace company said.
"The use of space resources can be a key to sustainable month inventions," said David Parker, ESA director of Human and Robotic Exploration, in a statement.
"This research is part of ESA's comprehensive plan to make Europe a global exploration partner in the coming decades," Parker said.
The assignment would be a collaboration between aerospace scientists and technology in France, Germany and Belgium. The project is now in the research phase, with scientists compiling an Ariane 64 rocket in & # 39; use in the coming years to send stone appliances to the month.