A city on Mars could become a reality by 2100

A city on Mars could become a reality by 2100
A city on Mars could become a reality by 2100

The War of the Worlds is a science fiction novel by Wells that sparked interest in Mars. That was in 1898. The architectural firm ABIBOO designs sustainable cities on Mars. The studio has a global reach with offices around the world. Two of them are in the United States. The days of fantasy may soon be a thing of the past. The capital city called Nuva will be in the Mensa of Tempe.

on Mars. It is one of five balloons that will be released. The proposed buildings would be vertical and built into the side of the cliff. Such a design could reduce the effects of atmospheric pressure and radiation.

ABIBO plans to use the natural resources available on Mars to build the city. It will use carbon dioxide and water from the red planet to make the steel it needs. The city will have amenities similar to those on Earth. Alfredo Muñoz is the founder of ABIBOO. He told the media: We had to do a lot of calculations and work with scientists to understand the conditions we would face. America, China and the United Arab Emirates are already with several missions in the airspace above Mars. They and others like them want to set foot on the Red Planet.

The Daily Mail UK lists a tentative date. Construction could begin in 2054 and occupancy not before 2100. Nyva will have a capacity of 250,000 people. The roots of the name Nyuva go back to Chinese mythology.

She is a goddess who protects the people.

Food must come from Mars

According to the plan, the crops should provide for the food needs of the city’s residents. The city will have green domes that can be used as parks for residents or to grow experimental vegetation. The designers believe microalgae could enter the food chain. Recreational facilities may follow the existing land pattern.

The success of the project will depend on how well the best scientists can harness the power of artificial intelligence, robotics and renewable energy. These are three important elements for a settlement on a distant planet. According to the Daily Mail UK, the shuttle is needed to get from Earth to Mars. He left every 26 months, and the journey could last from one to three months.

A one-way ticket can cost around $300,000. In April 2018, NASA expanded its plans to colonize Mars.

Resilient city on Mars

According to Euro News, the red planet Mars has always attracted humans, and there are plans to build cities on its surface. Some people hope that fantasy can become reality. There will be five cities, and the plants will produce oxygen. The food of the residents will be mainly vegetable, while solar panels will produce energy. Mars is smaller than Earth, and the trip could benefit from the configuration of the planets when Mars is closest to Earth. Future colonists must realize that humans will have to adapt to the harsh environment of Mars, which will be no small task.

In November 2017, a media report gave some reasons for building a colony on Mars.

March Specific objectives

Alfredo Muñoz, founder of the architectural firm ABIBOO, explains the different challenges of Mars. One is gravity, which is much weaker than on Earth. The company advocates using the resources available on Mars to build cities. The project involves an international team of scientists and academics. In terms of timing, the company expects construction to begin in 2054 and be completed by 2100. The Americans have an advantage over the others: their robots explore the planet from different angles. NASA has already assembled a team of astronauts for the Artemis mission to the moon and Mars.

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