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I wonder how'd they'd go about generating artificial gravity.
Would they use some sort of massive rigid structure that would need to be assembled or would it be some sort of inflatable...
 

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first module was to replace the American segment of the ISS in the field of energy
orbital data of the new station inclination 97° (instead of 51° for the ISS) altitude 900 kilometers (400 for the ISS)
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first module was to replace the American segment of the ISS in the field of energy
orbital data of the new station inclination 97° (instead of 51° for the ISS) altitude 900 kilometers (400 for the ISS)
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Is that mean that only the international segment of the ISS will be decommissioned in the 30s and the Russian segment will live long after this?

Edit: No, it is a completely new station with a polar orbit.
 

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