Many of us imagine living on the moon. But, Lunarizon has taken a step forward by developing a new way of building on the moon.
Many of us know that there are studies going in different countries of the world to see the possibility of human life on other planets. Even, studies go on about the possibilities in the moon. Now, as a step forward, the scientists at Lunarizon have developed a new way of construction on the moon.
They have developed a radiation curring method for constructing ultra-light airtight capsule that will make building easier on the moon. This new Material is named as Lunarfiber and it produces fiber material that is 25 times stronger as compared to steel. It means that it reduces the weight of a lunar habitat from 100 Tonnes to just 500 Kgs. In turn, it will save a huge sum of money on launching on the moon.
The company says “We offer the best human habitation on the moon. Constructed with innovative material and technology, finally, we don’t only walk on the moon, but also live on it.” They say that humans can enjoy the horizon on the moon and can watch the earth rise and earth set.
Lunarizon scientists rightly understand the fact that the Ideal Stella habitat demands budget restricted launch plan, the supply of water and electricity, food supply and storage of oxygen, radiation protection and impact resistance and most importantly stability without gravity from the earth. Considering these factors, they have developed the Lunarfiber. They have this idea of building with silicon and carbon fiber using vacuum and air.
This technology developed by Lunarizon sheds light on constructing with inflation using compressed gas in as less as 40 minutes. They say that without Traditional construction procedures and human labour, this is the most feasible method of constructing on the moon.
Lunarizon Inc. is an advanced tech lab developing solution for the Interstellar immigration. The company is led by a team of inventors and chemists. The unique technology developed by this company helps in the development of off-grid Interstellar habitat development.
For more information, please visit www.lunarizon.com