Space Colonies Project: Update Session No. 1

Space Colonies Project: Update Session No. 1 Space Colonies Project: Update Session No. 1
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    British Interplanetary Society
    27/29 South Lambeth Road Vauxhall, London, SW8 1SZ
    phone: 02077353160

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    Evening Lecture

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    Free for BIS Member £10 Non Member

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United Kingdom
Vauxhall, London

In the 1970s a number of designs were produced for large-scale space colonies. The SPACE Project (Study Project Advancing Colony Engineering) is a BIS study to re-examine and update the original studies in view of advances over the last 40 years. As part of their investigations the project team has developed a new concept. This new approach can provide an accessible “stepping-stone” that can help in gaining experience of working in space under simulated gravity – something that has never been done before.

This is one of several topics that team members will be discussing in a number of short presentations that will make up the first major public update on the project’s activities.

Here is an opportunity to hear about a current BIS project and some original work being carried out by its team members, who are looking forward to mankind’s future in space on a massive scale.

A full-day event is being planning to follow; watch out for details.

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