The world has expanded its boundaries beyond the earth. They are trying to run around space and hop from galaxy to galaxy to have a life that humans can inhabit only (to destroy). The US, China, and Russia are already in space with technological advancements. Elon Musk and NASA are already in the space race to be the first ones, but we have other contestants as well. Japan is in the race as well. Get Ready for the ride as they will build a bullet train, in which humans will travel from one planet to another. Let’s plan for weekends and book your seats now.
The plan might take 100 years to become a reality, but the prototypes (Marsglass and Lunaglass) will be released by 2050.
A Japanese Bullet Train to the Moon and Mars May Happen Sooner Than You Think https://t.co/1gFQnGnYPY
— Mysterious Universe (@mysteriousuniv) July 19, 2022
Japan has proposed to build an artificial space habitat on Mars similar to Earth. Known as ‘The Glass,’ it is “a conical living structure with artificial gravity, complete with public transportation, green areas, and water bodies, duplicating the facilities on Earth. It is essentially an inverted cone that rotates to create a centrifugal pull mimicking the effect of Earth’s actual gravity. It is 1,300 feet tall with a radius of 328 feet. There will be no harm done to Mars.
Japanese researchers plan on creating a bullet train to the moon and to Mars🌕 https://t.co/d3EeQFoCXv
— Evening Standard (@standardnews) July 18, 2022
Japan’s Kyoto University is collaborating with Kajima Construction to work on this time travel. The system is known as the ‘Hexagon Space Track System’. The bullet train will maintain the gravity just like earth to cover the low gravity areas in long-distance travel. It will have ‘Hexacapsules’ where a moving device will be placed in the middle. The track’s station on the Earth is known as the Terra Station, while a train moves on a standard gauge track. It will be attached to six coaches and will be called the Space Express.
Japanese researchers are planning to create a bullet train to the moon and Mars. Yes, you read that right! With the help of artificial gravity living facilities, the bullet train will help in transporting people from the earth.https://t.co/J8MZEetDgR
— Outlook Traveller (@oltraveller) July 19, 2022
A mini capsule (15 m radius) will be connected from earth to the moon and a big capsule (20 m radius) will be connected from Earth to Mars. Lunar Station will be on the moon with a gateway satellite. Mars station will be on mars with the satellite Phobos.
Director of SIC Manned Cosmology Research Center and Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies at Kyoto University, Yosuke Yamashiki said, “While the United States and the United Arab Emirates are actively pushing for the migration to Mars, he wanted Japan to table a completely different, “original idea independently.” Through discussions over the past few years, these three pillars that we propose this time are core technologies that are not in the development plans of other countries and are indispensable for ensuring the realization of human space colonization in the future.”
Bullet train to the moon and Mars? Here's how Japan's planning interplanetary travel pic.twitter.com/PfzBhogyUw
— Times No1 (@no1_times) July 17, 2022
We are already planning trips to Mars. Are you as well?