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Moon objective for the Japanese. The architects of Japanese space have the ambition to erect the first building on the Moon , as Korii tells us.

It was during a conference on July 5 at the University of Kyoto that Japanese architects presented their ambitious project named The Glass. This 400 -meter -high conical building was thought to adapt perfectly to the atmospheric conditions of the Moon, but also of Mars. The objective for the Japanese team: to present a first prototype on the moon by 2050.

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Recreate human gravity

with this building, the Japanese mainly hope to advance on a primordial question to all spatial colonization, namely Recreate earthly gravity. In order for the future lunar inhabitants to be able to move as on their original planet, the conical building will be designed to recreate the centrifugal force by performing a total rotation of the building every twenty seconds.

In addition to facilitating life to the inhabitants, the management of gravity is also essential in terms of health. Whether in terms of reproduction, growth, or to avoid known ailments such as bone loss, back pain or kidney stones. In addition, if we have reliable studies on adults, this is not the case for children, whose change of gravity is unknown could impact them.

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