The British specialist in development of space flights manned of Axiom (builder of the first private space station), Simon Jenner, assures that there is an amazing moment in space and foreshadowed that this generation will see the first baby in space.
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Fabricate 3D organs or implants in an interstellar module, plant and grow seeds in the Moon or traveling through the cosmos for the pleasure of knowing what lies beyond the borders of the earth are some of the proposals raised in the space tourism congress and subaquatic SUTUS, which started in Marbella (southern Spain) with the participation of various specialists in the field.
The spacial tourism It is not a project for the future but for the present, says Jenner during the space tourism meeting organized by the international hospitality school Les Roches de Marbella (Malaga).
Jenner, who explained that Axiom aims to improve the eISS space station which has more than twenty years and whose facilities are obsolete, highlights that the space offers many opportunities also in sectors such as pharmaceuticals or medicine.
In this regard, he insists that in the not too distant future it will be possible to manufacture, among others, organs with 3D biotechnology or personalized implants for human beings.
For his part, the French scientist of the European Space Agency (ESA) and director of the Lunar Exploration working group, Bernard Foing, focused his intervention on the expansion of man to the Moon and the possibilities that it can offer to agriculture.
Planting and growing seeds off the planet is a challenge on the horizon in which we are currently working and perhaps in a few dozen years traveling to the Moon on a regular basis it is a reality, says Foing, who considers that for this it is necessary that the next generations be committed to these projects.
With information from EFE