Document Type : Scientific extension

Authors

1 Assiatant Professor, Aerospace Research Institute, Ministry of Science, Research, and Technology. Tehran. Iran.

2 Ph.D. Polytechnic University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

3 Assistant Professor. Department of Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

Nowadays, astrobiology, as an interdisciplinary science in the field of space futures studies, has been widely considered by futurists and planning for future scenarios has received special attention. This article introduces the knowledge of future studies, as well as living in space with regard to the development of interdisciplinary sciences. Futurology is a scientific method for examining the future and adapting to scientific and technological leaps. Understanding possible scenarios for future is required for recognizing and building it. Therefore, Astrobiology is one of the most influential interdisciplinary sciences in the future of mankind and is influenced by developments in line with biology and aerospace engineering. In this regard, space organizations have different plans aiming to send humans to the moon and to the planet Mars. Therefore, the plan to grow plants in space in the form of space farms is one of the future visions of human beings leading to human progress in various sciences.

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