Russia’s Roscomos space agency and the Moscow authorities have agreed upon the design of a new national space center. The futuristic-looking project of a giant facility revives the dreams about distant space exploration.
Roscosmos has a truly ambitious space and Moon exploration program, which involves building a permanent base on the Earth’s natural satellite making use of the “local resources” and featuring “avatar robots.” Now, the space agency is about to get a symbol of its sky-high ambitions – a futuristic headquarters looking like a colossal space station, albeit still on earth – not far from the Russian capital’s city center.
The first concept arts of the future center published by Roscosmos show life-sized models of aircraft ranging from biplanes of the early 20th century to the modern jets and even rockets hanging between the buildings of the future National Space Center and adding to the already futuristic look of the aircraft and space industry-themed complex. (RT)