Right now, all space travel originates on Earth. That's helpful for logistics, as all current spacecraft determine their paths by calculating their positions from our planet. But that also yields delays.
When you think of future Martian habitats, what do they look like? A squat, half buried, windowless dome? A glorified fallout shelter? Or … how about ... this? This is Marsha. Designed by AI SpaceFactory.
“We will eventually see if they are actually habitable and, perhaps, even inhabited,” astronomers predict. A tiny, old star just 12 light-years away might host two temperate, rocky planets, astronomers