Plans Are Unveiled For First Sustainable City On Mars

Plans Are Unveiled For First Sustainable City On Mars

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The desire to live on Mars from Earth is increasing worldwide, and over time, many astronomers have been sent there in spaceships. Thankfully, it’s accredited as a planet to reside in, and now a master plan to develop a capital city has officially emerged.

A master plan to build a capital city that will home 250,000 people on Mars has officially been launched.

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ABIBOO Studio launches this plan, and it’s revealed to accommodate two and a half-million people. The city’s uniqueness is that it will be inhabited by the materials found on the Red Planet to make it sustainable. 

The capital city, which settles at the Tempe Mensa region on Mara, will be inhabited by the materials found on the Red Planet.

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Specifically, the city is named after a goddess called Nuwa.

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The capital city, which settles at the Tempe Mensa region on Mara, will be called Nuwa. It’s built vertically instead of horizontally into the side of a cliff – this would lessen the effect of atmospheric pressure and radiation. The majority of the construction will be done inside the steep rock, including homes, offices, and green-domes.

Nuwa is built vertically instead of horizontally into the side of a cliff to lessen the effect of atmospheric pressure & radiation.

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The majority of the construction will be done inside the steep rock, including homes, offices, and green-domes.

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The green-domes will act as parks for the residents or as a place for experimental vegetation. Designs for space are hinged on scientific research from the Mars Society and the SONet Network. However, people dreaming of living in the city might have to pass it on to their children and grandchildren, as construction isn’t projected to begin until 2054, and moving in likely won’t be before 2100. 

The green-domes will act as parks for the residents or as a place for experimental vegetation.

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Construction isn’t projected to begin until 2054, and moving in likely won’t be before 2100.

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“We had to do a lot of analysis based on computing and working with the scientists to try to understand what are the circumstances that we will face.” Alfredo Munoz, the founder of ABIBOO, told EuroNews. Reportedly, the primary source of food in the city would originate from the cultivation of crops, and Microalgae will be a vital component of people’s diets. 

Designs for space are hinged on scientific research from the Mars Society and the SONet Network.

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The primary source of food would originate from the cultivation of crops, and Microalgae will be a vital component of people’s diets.

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For leisure or fun, people will be able to participate in much of Planet Earth’s same recreation activities. This range from sports, to camping, to arts and crafts. Taking a human from Earth to Mars will be a complicated task, but it isn’t an impossible one, especially as there’s a provision of a shuttle service that will go every 26 months, with each trip taking one-to-three months at around $300,000 for a one-way ticket. 

For fun, people will be able to participate in much of Planet Earth’s same recreation activities.

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There’s a provision of a shuttle service that will go every 26 months.

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Each trip is estimated will take one-to-three months at around $300,000 for a one-way ticket.

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