The target was the process ESA (the European Space Agency) developed to make oxygen out of moonrocka.
According to CNN:
My first visual impression was a sandy, wavy, porouse, bumpy, dunes-like land behind and very dark, almost black crackly, edgy, grooved, natural rocky formations which I called black rocks and weird cracky lava rocks. The manmade marked with 2 on the drawing was described as membrane-like, stretched out, strung out, soaked, rectangular, textily. The manmade marked with 1 on the drawing was described as metallic, tubular, pipette-like and branching out.
The above view of the target rendered the following data:
So the matches I found to the target are:
- The main ingredient to be used for oxygen production is lunar regolith, a type of moon rock that contains up to 40-45% oxygen. Lunar regolith is a shardy rocky substance, with a darker grey colour slightly lighter then coffee powder.
2. The main ingredient is used in a powdered for for the metalysis procedure. The biproduct is also expected to be a metallic powder.
3. Metalysis does require an anode pair for the rock (acting as the cathode) in a wet, submerged electrolytic environment. But to our current knowledge no membrane-like material strung-out is necessery for the metalysis process. so I will have to check later if ever a filter or membrane gets added to the procedure.
4. Precious secondary raw materials (metals) are precipitated after the metalysis process is finished.