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The Blue Origin project, Moon colony, that is funded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has a plan to build a colony on the Moon. The space- farming firm has thought to launch this amazing project early in 2023.
A.C. Charania, business director, said during the Space Frontier Foundation’s NewSpace conference; “Blue Moon is on our roadmap, and because of our scale, because of what we see from the government, we brought it a little bit forward in time. I think we are very excited to now implement this long-term commercial solution with NASA partnership.” Charania said at the conference that the first step in Blue Moon is to develop the capability “to be able to land multi metric tons on the lunar surface” as “any permanent human presence on the lunar surface will require such a capability.”
We know that this is not the first time that the layout has planned (in May 2017) this project. Bezos explained the company should build a permanent human settlement “on one of the poles of the moon,” sending supplies initially and using “advanced robotics with machine learning systems on board” to lay the foundations for future colonization.
It is very difficult for company for realizing this goals. As indicated inverse.com [the New Shepard space vehicle is undergoing test flights for sub-orbital launches, in which the craft reaches the edges of space and slowly descends back to Earth in a parachute. In December 2017, the company conducted a short trip into space, using the trip to conduct an array of experiments like microgravity suction and zero-gravity glow].
The Moon colony project has a lot of and big plans after these primary successes. All this is in keeping with the company’s Latin motto gradatim ferociter, or “step by step, ferociously.”
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