It is not a secret for any of the RSW Systems subscribers that string technologies are the first step towards the main goal of Anatoli Unitsky - the embodiment of a project to transfer the technosphere into space in the name of saving life on planet Earth.
Recently, Anatoli Eduardovich spoke with a correspondent for the Aerospace Sphere Journal, an all-Russian illustrated scientific, technical information and analytical publication.
For reference: the articles presented in the journal correspond to the nomenclature of specialties of scientific workers in the specialty 05.07.10 - Innovative technologies in aerospace (technical sciences). The edition publishes informational and analytical materials on a wide range of issues devoted to key aspects of the safety and ecology of outer space and peaceful space exploration. Scientific articles by leading scientists, designers of the rocket and space industry, interviews with cosmonauts and astronauts, as well as with top officials of Russian and international space agencies are published on its pages.
In the conversation with the General Designer of Unitsky String Technologies, in connection with environmental issues, the prospects for industrial space exploration, the construction of the indispensable General Planetary Vehicle, as well as of linear cities on Earth, of residential complexes in orbit, and much more are discussed. Since the solution proposed by Unitsky has already been calculated at the engineering level, the talk is not about futurological fantasies, but about practical developments, some of which have already been presented in the framework of the third scientific and technical conference "Non-Rocket Near Space Industrialization: Problems, Ideas, Projects", which took place not far from Minsk last fall.
Read the interview on Anatoli Unitsky's blog (in Russian).
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