Sunday, July 1, 2007

The Space Colonization Series

UPDATE 1 (July 15, 2007):. Four articles have now been completed with Titan being the most recent.

UPDATE 2 (July 15, 2007): from the suggestion from a reader I have decided to add a Space Habitat on my to do list. I plan on this one being one of the most extensive if not the most extensive article that I write on space colonization.


Having already completed articles on ways to colonize Venus and the Moon and also having already received a suggestion for writing about colonizing Mercury, I have decided to do an entire 'Colonization Series.' I plan on writing articles about five or six more potential sites for colonization (including Mercury). I may also eventually write an editorial covering humankind's reason to colonize space. So, I hope I give you all something to look forward to!

Here is the complete list of colonization options I plan on writing about (completed articles are linked in blue):

Also, if anyone has any suggestions or would like to see an article on perhaps another potential location for colonization I encourage you to speak up. Or, just anything space related that you believe would be appropriate/interesting.

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Kevin Long said...

So when do I get to read your space habitat article? I've been all over the site and can't seem to find it.

Rudolf Huber said...

I believe that the space habitat is the only space colonisation option. Why touching down in droves on planets when everything is better in space. We can make the habitats as big as we want to, can make them rotate to have exactly the gravity we want, no gravity well to struggle against when open space needs to be accessed, perfect weather and climate control, perfect positioning, metals and volatiles can be harvested from free flying space rock, and last but not least, we preserve those spheres the way they are. Wy going down on a planet or moon when you can have open space.

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