Thursday, April 1, 2021

SpaceX Starship interior concept for 100 passengers by Joseph Lantz

Joseph Lantz has created his concept for the interior layout of SpaceX's 100-passenger Starship (the passenger capacity goal stated by Elon Musk). Therefore this concept isn't meant for the first crew Starships on Mars used as temporary habitats for the first few years (those first Starships will have much smaler crew). The concept divides the pressurized living space into 8 decks (here shown from top to bottom) and follows a common design choice of a central stairway through all the decks.

All Decks of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Deck 8 - Observation
Deck 8 (Observation) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Deck 7 - Cockpit and Activities
Deck 7 (Cockpit and Activities) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Deck 6 - Gym and Medical
Deck 6 (Gym and Medical) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Deck 5 - Food Court
Deck 5 (Food Court) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Food Storage and Supplies between Decks 4 and 5
Deck 4.5 (Food Storage and Supplies) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Decks 2 to 4 - Cabins (1st image in Orbit configuration, 2nd image in Launch and Landing configuration)
Deck 2 to 4 (Cabins in Orbit configuration) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz

Deck 2 to 4 (Cabins in Launch and Landing configuration) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz
Deck 1 - Cargo, Airlock and Vacuum Suits
Deck 1 (Cargo, Airlock and Vac Suits) of SpaceX 100-passenger Starship interior concept by Joseph Lantz

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1 comment:

  1. My opinion:
    It is impossible to make a normal transport liner for a hundred people in this space.
    That is why there are rumors about the increase in diameter and height of gratitude.
    However, first you need to work out a smaller size of the ship, which later will still be needed as
    as a shuttle for the orbit-surface route and for a small research ship.But in the 18-meter diameter is quite realistic to fit a Martian liner for a hundred chotov.

    P.S. Later, a small research ship can fit into an 18-meter diameter with a simultaneous increase in the amount of fuel, and therefore with the ability to fly faster.

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