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The habitat will be spun at 3 RPM to produce lunar-equivalent artificial gravity.  As shown in the diagram, occupants would be held against the outer wall by centrifugal force.  The habitat will be assembled in a number of steps, requiring about 12 heavy launch trips. The Factory/Facilities Module will be launched first and inflated.  Materials for the frame and floor will then be brought in through the air lock and assembled.  The Propulsion Module and Cupola/Docking Module will then be added.  At this point, the habitat will be ready for basic habitation, but with no spin-induced gravity. After the basic habitat is assembled, other subsystems will be added.  Among the first will be the means for attitude and spin control.  This will create the artificial gravity and also stabilize the habitat.  Following this, the environmental control system will be added to create a true living environment. Once the environment has been established, living quarters, manufacturing and laboratory facilities, and other subsystems will be built up.  When finished, the habitat will be able to accommodate and sustain about 50 occupants, including station control, research, and tourist individuals.
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