NASA’s lunar space station will be claustrophobic

The lunar Gateway space station will be about one sixth of the size of the International Space Station.
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Living quarters for NASA’s Gateway lunar orbiter will be so small that astronauts won’t be able to stand upright inside, an architect involved in the station’s design has said.

NASA and its international partners plan to begin construction on the building Gateway station orbiting the moon in the next few years. When completed near the end of the decade, the space lab will be one-sixth its size International Space Station (ISS), consists of two living modules that will force crew members to give up personal space.

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