The International Space Station has its own service life. At some point, it will become more difficult and expensive to maintain the station than to make a new one. What is next?
A pleasure to read, as always.
Thanks for the informative article and your position as a science popularizer! I remember watching television programs about space when I was a child. I hope to see the construction of the lunar base and the flight to Mars live. It may be worth suggesting a topic of scientific research in terms of the absence of gravity, but for now I am a historian with little knowledge of data science :)
Create article! I enjoyed reading it. Here are links to some complementary information:
Thanks for the article! I didn’t know that ISS is only 20 years old and that Mir station was it’s ancestor. I remember how I watched it’s deorbiting on TV when I was a kid. I’m also surprised that there are startups doing space stations because it’s too expensive.
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Salyut, not Salut