The First City On Mars: Plans Are Unveiled For Home For 250,000 People That Will Be Build With Materials On The Red Planet

Our humans continue to investigate Mars’s surface. They are considering building a sustainable city on this red planet. Architecture studio ABIBOO revealed the schedule, including worldwide officers, and even two of them are from the U.S.

Nüwa is the capital city, and five should be built at Tempe Mensa on Mars.

It is built vertically, not horizontally, into the cliff’s side. That way, it would diminish the atmospheric pressure and radiation’s effect. It is a deadly latter if without shelter.

Still, even though it is on Mars, Nüwa should have all other characteristics that one city on Earth has. The town includes homes, offices, and green spaces. All the designs are founded on The Mar Society and the SONet network’s scientific investigations.

Alfredo Muñoz, the owner of ABIBOO, spoke to Euronews and stated:
We had to do a lot of analysis based on computing and working with the scientists to try to understand what are the circumstances that we will face,’

All the people who want to visit the planet Mars, or if they want to live there, must share their wishes with their grandchildren.

According to the latest research, the construction of these cities is expected to start in 2054 and continue until 2100. Approximately 2100 is the year when the people could move in.

The experts stated that approximately the population of cities might reach 250,000 people.

The name of the town Nüwa has ‘roots in the mythological Chinese goddess that is the protector of Humans, who melted five stones to give robust societal pillars.’

Most of the construction activity is placed inside the cliff, with “Macro-buildings” dig inside the cliff’s rock.
“Green-Domes” will be part of the constructions, and they will serve as parks or experimental vegetation places.

Leading food will come from crop cultivation, and it would be half of the people’s diets.
Another crucial diary would be Microalgae.

Recreation would be very similar to the one on our Earth, starting from sports and camping to arts and crafts.

The most complicated task would be the journey from Earth to Mars. Maybe it would be a challenging task, but not an impossible one.

They plan one shuttle service to transfer people from one planet to another every 26 months. One trip from Earth to Mars would take approximately three months. A one-way ticket would cost almost $300,000.