Japan plans Build a giant structure on the Moon that rotates every 20 seconds to simulate Earth’s gravityas revealed Kajima Corporation At a conference organized by Kyoto University on July 5. was baptized the glass.
The project aims to recreate the terrestrial living conditions on the Moon, including gravity, which is much lower on our satellite. To this end, A system has been developed that uses centrifugal force to simulate gravity, rotating every 20 seconds.
When will The Glass be released?
According to a report computer today, The Glass is a long-term project, with an estimated duration of 100 years. We may never witness its realization because it faces many constructional challenges and difficulties, and is highly dependent on future technologies.
but, A smaller, simpler version is expected to be on the moon by 2050. Although the expectations for completing the project are high, there are also risks.
No details about the methodology for building on the Moon were revealed, but the possibility of expanding the project to Mars was mentioned as well.
Artificial gravity is a key component of this ambitious project. The rotating structure would allow the generation of simulated gravity similar to that of Earth, and It will have different areas that will house forests, waterfalls and diverse biodiversity to ensure habitable conditions for the future inhabitants of this lunar building.. In addition, the build A transportation system known as the “Hexagonal Space Track System” that will connect the Moon to Earth.
Although The Glass is still an early stage concept, it is hoped that technological advances and achievements in space exploration over the past few centuries will make this futuristic vision a reality.
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