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For questions dealing with how bodies interact with each other in space via gravitation.

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Using the orbital ring itself for habitation is a poor use of its potential on a utility/unit mass basis. To keep building up an orbital ring, you need to spin up the rotor even faster, or add mass …
answered Jul 4 by Algebraist
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As Crouse mentioned, the planetary diameter you listed means this world is not very dense at all. This would mean that it's severely lacking in heavier elements and will be very metal poor, significan …
answered Jun 28 by Algebraist