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17 #1: Most pressing survival need (weight is not a factor since gravity is one-sixth of the Earth’s—each tank would weigh only about 17 lbs on the moon.)

18 #2: Needed for replacement of tremendous liquid loss on the light side of the moon.

19 #3: Primary means of navigation— star patterns appear essentially identical on the moon as on Earth

20 #4: Efficient means of supplying energy requirements

21 #5: For communication with mother ship (but FM requires line-of-sight transmission and can only be used over short ranges).

22 #6: Useful for scaling cliffs and tying injured together (provided the knots don’t slip and send them into space)

23 #7: Needles connected to vials of vitamins, medicines, etc. will fit special opening in NASA space suit.

24 #8: Protection from the sun’s rays

25 #9: CO2 bottle in military raft may be used for propulsion.

26 #10: Use as distress signal when mother ship is sighted

27 #11: Possible means of self- propulsion

28 #12: Bulkier duplication of food concentrate

29 #13: Not needed unless on the dark side

30 #14: The magnetic field on the moon is not polarized, so it’s worthless for navigation

31 #15: Virtually worthless—there’s no oxygen on the moon to sustain combustion.

32 0-25: Excellent, you make it record time! 26-45: Average, you make it, but almost out of oxygen 46-55: Fair, you make it, but have to be hospitalized 56-70: Poor, suggests use of Earth-bound logic : Very Poor: you are one of the casualties of the space program!


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