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1030 viewsagricultural areas of Bernal Sphere
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978 views
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Bernal Sphere Space Settlement – 821 views A Human Community in Space - Island One is sized for supporting a population of 10,000 in a state of relative independence.
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Construction of Stanford Torus Station – 1381 viewsThe Stanford Torus - This space habitat design resulted from a NASA-Ames/Stanford University summer study. It’s a wheel 1.1 miles in diameter
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External Tank Platform – 1096 viewsExternal Tank Platform - Another structure based upon spent shuttle external tanks. SSI has long supported using external tanks for boot-strapping space development. Shuttle external tanks are already carried almost all the way to orbit. It is a shame to waste all that effort.
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External Tank Station – 1048 viewsExternal Tank Station - A space shuttle approaches a free-flying platform constructed from shuttle external tanks carried to orbit. Shuttle external tanks hold promise as a source of structural material and/or near ready-made station modules.
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Interior of Island Three – 1093 viewsIsland Three - Interior of a possible “Island Three” space community with diameter four miles and length twenty miles. Living areas, agriculture, and industry, though located within a few miles of each other, have separately chosen temperature, climate, day-length, and gravity. See "High Frontier" book by Gerald K. O'Neill, chapter 5.
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Island Three Space Settlement – 921 viewsIsland Three - Exterior of a possible “Island Three” space community with diameter four miles and length twenty miles. Living areas, agriculture, and industry, though located within a few miles of each other, have separately chosen temperature, climate, day-length, and gravity.
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Stanford Torus Space Settlement – 1130 viewsThe Stanford Torus - This space habitat design resulted from a NASA-Ames/Stanford University summer study. It’s a wheel 1.1 miles in diameter.
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Stanford Torus, interior, blue, hires – 2000 views The Stanford Torus - This space habitat design resulted from a NASA-Ames/Stanford University summer study. It’s a wheel 1.1 miles in diameter. influenced by Gerard K. O’Neill
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Stanford Torus, interior, blue, lowres – 1357 views The Stanford Torus - This space habitat design resulted from a NASA-Ames/Stanford University summer study. It’s a wheel 1.1 miles in diameter. influenced by Gerard K. O’Neill
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