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Currently, there are no active plans to develop large Space Settlements in the Solar System. Construction proposals for large habitats in orbit around Sol that would provide pseudo-gravity through facility rotation were developed during the 1970s, however.
Intro - overview by Oscar Coombs.
Design - topical issues.
1975 Study - collected by Al Globus and Bryan Yager at NAS/NASA.
Art Gallery - collected by Al Globus and Bryan Yager at NAS/NASA.
NASA Ames Research Center -- interior illustration
O'Neill Cylinder Proposal for 1,000,000+ is four miles (6.4 km) in diameter and 20 miles (32 km)
long, with a deep enough atmosphere to have blue skies, clouds, and rainfall
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