The moon's first settlers would face numerous environmental challenges, including the lack of water and oxygen, as well as extreme temperatures. Ralph A. Smith, an English rocket scientist and illustrator, provided these imaginings of lunar life. On the far left, pioneer space workers set up solar-powered generators and a radio mast. On the right, rock domes house an atomic-powered moon city where residents farm algae and ride trains to other colonies.
Read the full story in "Rocket Experts Show How We Can Live On the Moon"