You go to the Moon.
(no air, no water, no food, no cosmic ray protection, no laundry.)
Air can be produced, e.g. by plants, like on the ISS.
There is strong evidence to suggest that there is water on the Moon all over
the place, in minerals and as pellets and sheets of water ice (likely
brought in by meteoroid and asteroid impacts).
Space suits already have limited cosmic ray protection. Space suits that
are now being developed for Mars will work fine on the Moon, too, with minor
Laundry is not a problem once you have air and water, however it will be
more efficient to wear hydrophobic clothes that makes laundry unnecessary;
there are already examples of that in serial production, like t-shirts that
cannot get dirty.
You get to stay inside a CAN for your entire time.
That was not true then (where do you think do the Moon rocks on Earth come
from?) and is certainly not true now.
Besides, if you build a moon-dome to live in, you can extend that dome over
You gotta take EVERYTHING WITH YOU.
No, there are natural resources there that can be used. For example, if the
moonship had a fusion reactor, you could fuel it with the helium-3 that you
mine there. The reactor could power machines like 3D printers. Printed
parts can be used to build small machines. Small machines can be used to
build bigger machines. This is already being tested, on Earth, right now.
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