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Press Release 07-170
NSF, NASA to Test Lunar Habitat in Antarctica's Extreme Environment

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An inflatable prototype lunar habitat that will be tested in Antarctica.

An inflatable prototype lunar habitat that will be tested in Antarctica.

Credit: Peter West / NSF


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Erick Chiang

Erick Chiang, director of NSF's division of Antarctica infrastructure and logistics, enters the inflatable habitat.

Credit: Peter West / NSF


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Briefing in the habitat

Erick Chiang, director of NSF's division of Antarctic infrastructure and logistics (center) and Patrick Haggerty, research support and logistics manager in the division of Arctic sciences (right) receive a briefing on the habitat.

Credit: Peter West / NSF


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