NASA recently concluded nearly two weeks of testing equipment
and lunar rover concepts on Hawaii's volcanic soil. The agency's In
Situ Resource Utilization Project, which studies ways astronauts
can use resources found at landing sites, demonstrated how people
might prospect for resources on the moon and make their own oxygen
from lunar rocks and soil.
There are few more complex "organisms" than an airshow in full operation. The amount of detail, coordination and expertise needed to pull off the modern American airshow is beyond the abilities of any one human being... though it does rely on one to try to coordinate the aerial operations... the much respected and much feared AIR BOSS.