# Possible Ideas For Microgravity Apartments? [closed]

In my world Deimos is a thriving port city in which numerous people live. The most inhabited and built up area is the Central Hub, a large cylinder about a football field (either kind) in diameter, which extends about a third of the way into the moon. Running along the center of the cylinder is a "beam" which contains the main lighting and transit system, at various points there are supporting girders that lead down to the "floor" that provide access from the tram to the "floor." Since Deimos's gravity is 0.003 m/s, anyone within would be in almost freefall. As such I have been unable to think of ANY structures and building arrangements that could provide access to the light from the center, take advantage of the room and microgravity and be easily built.
So does anyone have any ideas, links, reports or such that could help or provide an answer?

• I'm voting to close this question as Unclear. You appear to be asking for idea generation or resource links and in my opinion have done a poor job explaining your world. To Nitpick a little, gravity is in m/s^2. If your gravity is 0.003m/s^2, then freefall would be the same as floating. They are going down so slowly calling it freefall is a bit absurd. The building you've described is what I can only picture as a giant tower with a elevator and light system placed in the center. Anyone could reach it by just floating across the gap since gravity is so low. – Shadowzee Oct 23 '18 at 22:42
• Deimos is one of Mars's moons, and itself is an asteroid. The structure I am talking about is part of the city built on Deimos. The biggest "neighborhood" is the Central Hub, which is a giant cylinder. Im asking about what structures might be built along the walls and upward without filling the whole space. Thus providing some level of roominess. – The Imperial Oct 23 '18 at 23:16
• You should add the part about the structures to your question. It makes more sense if you explain that the structures need to be build along the wall and extend towards the center (without actually reaching the centre). I was imagining giant circular cylinder with floors and some elevators in the middle. – Shadowzee Oct 24 '18 at 0:46