NASA plans to use nuclear technology to go to Mars.
NASA confirms plans for nuclear-powered mission to Mars
NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency say they will partner to develop and test DARPA’s Demonstration Rocket for Agile Cislunar Operations by 2027. “Expanding our partnership to nuclear propulsion will help drive forward NASA’s goal to send humans to Mars,” said NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy.
I said no plants outside my moon domes….
#aiart could be improved. i said no plants outside my moon domes….
Componetized dome panels easily put together with clear material and solar panels covering cities on the moon. lots of plants and trees inside the structure of the dome to produce oxygen from carbon dioxide. Expandable shipping containers can be used to quickly assemble houses. Drones go outside the dome without oxygen to do repairs and collect material for water production. Plants can not exist outside the dome as the atmosphere will not allow it.
Are you a developer? help me finish the open space game. I need help with a secure server. I have pegasus or hermit and zoom hacked so i cant copy paste randomly. I want to create a crypto coin for open space, and allow prompts for 3d generation of models. It would be cool to make it like star wars galaxies with user created cities and professions.
Openspace Governors and Mayors custom law idea
If I were in charge of the government, here’s my change for today:
If your #pet is sick, you can call 999 and have the animal taken by #petambulance if needed after an emergency mobile vet checks them out.
Also government subsidized #petinsurance like #Bernie care. Luckily Albert is doing ok. He threw up this morning, but is doing fine now. He’s not feeling very photogenic.
Maybe I’ll let governors and mayors in open space on #mars or the #deepocean or the #moon come up with their own laws.
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Inside the World’s Biggest Plane, the Stratolaunch Roc: Photos
Used to launch rockets at 30,000 feet