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Moon Miners' Manifesto

#109 October 1997

Section the Artemis Data Book

Simple ways to demonstrate artificial G

ABOVE LEFT: two shuttles are linked by tether or a boom from their centers of gravity inside their payload bays, and the combo spun up by thrusters.

ABOVE RIGHT: Three elements bound for incorporation in the International Space Station are first put together nearby for an artificial-G test: a SpaceHab Module, a Node, and a truss section. The assembly is spun up and spun down by small thrusters or a flywheel.

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