Pythom rockets (Eiger and the larger Kang) are fully reusable. Spaceship Pythom is assembled in Earth orbit from their upper stages. The ship rotates for artificial gravity. Varying speeds in different parts of the structure accommodate acclimatization to different space environments.
The rotational speed of the hubs, alongside the length of the arms, customize the amount of perceived gravitational force.
Hubs on each end of the telescoping arms simulate artificial gravity conditions for Mars, Earth, and other space environments.
Dynamic solar arrays for 24/7 power.
Olympus landers attach to each side of the center hub, doubling as engines for the spaceship traveling through the solar system.
Two glassed cupolas provide beautiful views of the solar system.
At the center of the spaceship, the non-rotating hub facilitates ideal environment for zero gravity research and experiments.
The spaceship's rotating arms double as tunnels for crew access to the spinning hubs.
Spin, zoom and investigate spaceship Pythom in 3D, or see the spaceship at full scale in augmented reality using your tablet or mobile.
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