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Space Colonies and PERMANENT

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Future space city in orbital space, not on the surface of any planet:



Before this, we will have outposts at the lunar poles and possibly at asteroids near Earth.

There are many different kinds of space habitats, but in the long term, we will have the above large biospheres rotating for good artificial gravity by the centrifugal (centripetal) force.

There are many steps before then. This section is about habitats, growing food in space, and controlled ecological life support systems.

6.1 Colonies in orbit vs. colonies on planetary surfaces

6.2 How realistic in our near future?

6.3 First generation space habitats, condos, and hotels from inflatables

6.4 Third generation giant space habitats


6.5 Detailed design of space colonies

6.6 Ecological issues (CELSS)

6.7 NASA CELSS work

6.8 NASA human CELSS experiments

6.9 Russian CELSS studies

6.10 Biosphere 2

6.12 The Alaska project by ISEC Co.

6.13 Artificial gravity and effects of zero gravity on humans

6.14 Prototype designs on the WWW

6.15 Links to other WWW sites on space colonies

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Space Colonies :
  Orbit vs. Planetary Surface
  How Realistic?
  Nearterm Habitats, Condos
  Ecology, CELSS
  NASA CELSS
  NASA CELSS With Humans
  Russian CELSS
  Biosphere 2
  Other CELSS Projects
  Artificial Gravity by Centrifuge
  Web Prototype?
  Links to Other Websites
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