The spacestation has two rings spinning in opposite directions, in order to cancel out and allow the space station to spin on the y-axis, in order to keep it’s solar panels facing the Sun. It’s in orbit between Earth and Venus. Each ring has a 2.8 kilometer radius and a 250 meter depth. There are 57 floors on each ring with artificial gravity ranging from 10-9 m/s^2. Each ring has enough hydroponics to support 500,000 people for a total of 1 million.
Here is the spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NkzWX0ujn0KyCUjgojHROaF3h_HIUXtHPARDgq7SC1E/edit?usp=sharing
The following picture is a residential/agriculture floor. There are two hallways with conveyors going in opposite directions, connected by 100 connecting hallways. Hydroponics is in the middle and the residential units on the far left and far right, which have windows.
Here is a layout of an apartment I’m working on:
The first floor is different, I wanted to imitate a city aesthetic so it’s actually 4 stories high and it’s where all the commercial locations are. I generated the following using a Python script. Only been at it for 3 days now, but I am adding more and more detail.
The outside of the space station was also generated using a script. Here is an animation I made. It’s so big all the details blur together but I zoomed in so you can see the windows and solar panels.
What do yall think so far?