Orbital Assembly Building Parts to Eventually Scale to Large Rotating Space Stations
Brian Wang| January 13, 2021|
Orbital Assembly Corp. (OAC) is planning a virtual media event on Friday, January 29 from 1-2 pm PST / 4-5 pm EST. OAC was established in September 2019 as the world’s first large-scale space construction company and has generated a considerable online following since.They have widely viewed videos depicting Voyager Station, a large rotating habitat designed to mitigate deleterious health and physiological effects of microgravity, while also revolutionizing space travel and the commercial space sector.
On Dec. 31, they released a new video apprising people of our current progress.
They plan to make a D-Star construction working proof of concept for building large structures in space. They plan to progress to a large rotating frame where Astronauts could go and stay healthier with centrifical force to simulate gravity at night.
They have changed to a 5 meter access tube instead of 3 meter tube and created a system for space walking on the inner part of the ring.
SOURCES – Orbital Assembly Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com
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