Solution: Spacesuit structure won't be a problem. Current NASA spacesuits can handle Mars's harsh temperatures. Though we can't stay in our spacesuits all the time, we an enclosed, warm, house with plenty of oxygen. Another committee is working on oxygen, so we decided to tackle the temperature of the homes instead. We could live in igloo-like dome shaped building over a crater to preserve heat. Our houses will lie in the craters of mars and will be covered like a dome and have the dust on the top of the dome so Mars's dust storm and weather wont harm our main dome. We will have a large tube like small room to get into the domes and it will filter the dirt and dusty parts of Mars's surface so it will be safe to get in. Then our dome will lead further down under the crust of Mars.But where would the heat come from in the first place? Well the heating system (right) will keep the home warm, heating all of the house through the walls and flooring. The house is shaped like a dome so that it fits in the craters and the heat is pushed to the center of the building and will pulse out again. Hopefully the building will be big enough to house all of us, like and apartment building. Click the images to see the diagrams with more detail.