Pioneer Space Station for Gravity Enabled Tourism and Commercial Use
Have you ever dreamed of traveling in space? Now you can stay in a space station. Orbital Assembly announces the Pioneer Space Station. It features gravity enabled tourism and will be operational in 2025.
Orbital Assembly Corporation is the only company developing the first commercially viable, space-based business park with gravity. The space station has been called the first free-flying, habitable, privately-operated facility in orbit.
Space Station Accommodations
A basic station model will accommodate 28 guests. In addition, it provides a hybrid environment of microgravity (Zero-G). Plus variable levels of gravity up to .57-G. In addition, there will be custom configurations to accommodate more people or meet specific commercial equipment specifications. Thus, each Pioneer module will offer up to 14,000 cu. ft. of space.
Cutting Edge Design
Designed for both for work and stay, the Pioneer Space Station will become the world’s first and largest hybrid space stations. For example, the customizable environments will feature five spacious modules. Each one is built around OAC’s rotating Gravity Ring architecture. Therefore, the company’s artificial gravity features will enhance the level of comfort in space.
Orbital Assembly plans to introduce their new Pioneer Space Station prior to the Voyager Station that they announced in 2021. Astonishingly, the Voyager Station will accommodate up to 400 people.
Tim Alatorre is the Chief Operating Officer and states “For the average person, being in space will be a sci-fi dream experience. Our vision is to make space a destination people will yearn to visit, with familiar elements provided by the presence of gravity. Pioneer’s gravity experience will enable visitors to move around in weightless environments. While eating or drinking out of a cup normally and sleeping without having to be attached to a bed. This is not possible in current space stations.”
Lastly, Orbital Assembly is partnering with former NASA astronaut Mae Jemison’s organization “100-year Starship”. The company also partners with UC Irvine to further the study of artificial gravity on human physiology. As a result, researchers are finding that Zero-G conditions experienced during long-term stays in space, may cause serious medical conditions.
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