Zero Gravity in spaceships, by Tasha9503

Tasha9503’s design for a space­ship includes six sep­a­rate Zero Grav­ity (0g) sec­tions:
• One sec­tion for allow­ing guests to expe­ri­ence sleep­ing in 0g
• One 0g sec­tion will be set aside for sports
• One 0g sec­tion has been ded­i­cated to games
• One sec­tion for 0g exper­i­men­tal sci­ence
• Two 0g sec­tions will be set aside to be used as need demands

Spend­ing time in the 0g sec­tions, how­ever, causes bone den­sity and mus­cle loss (as does time spent in water) and it is sug­gested that you should spend equal or greater time in a 2g (twice the grav­ity felt at sea level) aria to help rebuild your body. The HotelsIn­Space designed by Tasha9503 includes 6 gar­den­ing sec­tions in 2g, where peo­ple can visit daily to rebuild their body.

The 0g sec­tion shown in the video shows no inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions. We only showed one empty 0g sec­tion and each of the six 0g sec­tions will be dif­fer­ent. As more deci­sions are made about inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions, they will be seen in the next video.

Most of the space­ship has arti­fi­cial grav­ity to allow toi­lets and show­ers to work. Hav­ing arti­fi­cial grav­ity greatly reduces the degra­da­tion the human body expe­ri­ences in space. Cook­ing and food prepa­ra­tion is also eas­ier when grav­ity is included.

Lets col­lect space junk

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