The exterior of a large space colony    

Colonies In Space

The vision of Gerard O'Neill


Gerard O'Neill
In the late 1970s, a study group under Gerard O'Neill in Princeton concluded that a planetary surface is not necessarily the best place for a civilisation to flourish. Further work produced designs for space colonies 20 miles long, and if space activity had progressed as planned, they could have been under construction today. Building these new homes for mankind would also help solve our energy crisis here on Earth and reduce the threat of global warming.

How could this  be done?
   o  How would these colonies be constructed?
   o  What would it be like to live on them?

Find out how living in space could be the greatest benefit to the Earth
The interior of a large space colony

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