"If we go into the solar system, for all practical purposes, we have unlimited resources," Bezos said. "We could get trillion people into the solar system." And while colonies on other planets would be plagued by low gravity, long distances to Earth (leading to communication delays) and further limiting the roads, these weaknesses are avoided if the colonies really remain in space.
For that purpose, Bezos proposed instead to consider staying in Neill colonies, a futuristic concept of space inventory, which first dreamed several decades ago. "These are very large structures, kilometers at the end, and they contain one million people or more each."
Gerard O & # 39; Neill was a physicist from Princeton University, who collaborated with NASA in the 1
"What will space colonies be?" And, Neill once asked the Space Science Institute, which he founded. "First of all, there is no point in going into space if the future we see there is a sterile future in living cans. We must be able to restore, in space, habitats that are as beautiful as Earth-like as the most beautiful parts of the planet Earth – and we can. of the most practical possibilities for large and long-term space construction.