Recently, Rhonda Stevenson, President and CEO of Orbital Assembly Corporation, suggested that I talk with Andre Bormanis and Dan Hawk as part of this blogging series. What a delightful conversation it was! Andre is a member of OAC’s Board of Advisors and is a science consultant for the Star Trek inspired show, The Orville. Dan was featured in a previous blog that I wrote, called “A Seat at the Table.” He is a member of the Oneida Nation, part of the Iroquois Confederacy, and founder of the United First Nations Planetary Defense.
Dr. Ronke Olabisi, UC Irvine professor, discusses her recent report “Challenges and Benefits to Human Operations in Variable & Partial Gravity Earth Orbiting Habitats”, the impacts of artificial gravity on long duration spaceflight, biomedical engineering in Space and on Earth, and how tissue engineering takes inspiration from ancient Mayan technology.
Future space habitats may offer hybrid, variable gravity environments to accommodate both human and commercial needs. Researchers have assembled what may be the first exhaustive literature review of artificial gravity opportunities, challenges, and potential impact on humans in space, sponsored by Orbital Assembly.
Orbital Assembly (OA) is announcing a new program and mission design as well as planning services for station-class hosted payloads“ on the company’s micro and artificial gravity space stations.
Orbital Assembly (OA), a leader in the race to make Hybrid-Gravity™ space accessible for leisure, commercial and industrial activities has announced a new equity offering (Regulation CF). Click here to sign up for news and to invest via Netcapital.