Communication between ships, neighbors and even friends is made possible with the use of traditional cell phones. Solar energy collected using solar panels throughout the community is used to power the phones. Communication to Earth will use the Venus Express, Venus's satellite. Regular communication can not work because Venus is 25,000,000 miles from Earth. The Venus Express will be coded to project messages from the public as well as messages directly from NASA.
Imagine the feeling of waking up to a full course meal with gourmet treats that use ingredients grown fresh above the atmosphere, such as watermelon, strawberries, potatoes, and bell peppers. Every neighborhood features five large kitchens where meals are prepared and enjoyed. All of our foods are nutrient dense and have many health benefits. For example, strawberries help to prevent cancer, garlic salt helps to lower cholesterol, and believe it or not bell peppers currently hold the record for food with the highest amount of Vitamin C. Our plants will have plenty of sun light because below the atmosphere (even going through clouds, etc.) the heat reaches levels of 864 degrees Fahrenheit. We will make sure that our plants don't get roasted by using glass to protect them. We are using glass because it's lowest melting point at 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit.
The recreation space craft will feature a work out room because we believe that it is important to stay fit in order to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle.
Anti Gravity Jump House!!!
Venus has less gravity than Earth by 9 G, but all of this is below the atmosphere. Above, the air is gravity-less. Using this fun advantage, we created the anti-gravity jump where you can fill your day with fun. Swoop through hoops, dive under friends and play tag with a whole new feeling of flight.
Not only is it important for humans to stay healthy, but also pets! Two of the five neighborhoods will welcome pets. Also, the Venus Recreation Center will feature a pet park for your beloved animals to meet their own friends and have the opportunity to play.
Bring your swimsuits! With this new low gravity pool (once again using the fact that we're above the atmosphere), you can cool down and take a rest at the end of a busy day. Or you can just dance, play, and have fun splashing in the pool throughout the day. This enchantment fascinates all with a first hand experience with water in low-gravity.
Venusian School - The Venus Academy
Of course, anyone who has children would know that sometimes you need a break from them. School is important to kids because it teaches them skills important for later in their life. The teachers are the Venusian school are top-notch and trained to specifically attend to every student's needs.
I bet you didn't know:
- Venus was once thought to be a tropical paradise.
- Atmospheric pressure on Venus is 92 times greater than on Earth.
- A day on Venus takes 116 days and 18 hours in Earth days.
Venus Survival Camp
Journey through the life of an astronaut. Try COVE-Camp On Venus Environment, a featured survival camp with many methods of living. Experience the survival on Venus, and try a whole new way of life. Camp in a habitat, eat freeze-dried food, ride a rover! In this adventure you'll learn all about Venus, space, and the hardships of a scientist.
After a day of participating in all of the fun activities, you may need time to really rest and relax. Visit the Sunset Viewer, a one sided mirror where people can't disturb or see you in your private room. The view captivates you as you sleep with the sun. Due to the sun's proximity to Venus, you can get a fresh tan or have a fun vacation from the snow back on Earth. Know you are safe from the clouds made of sulfuric acid that used to haunt the idea of colonizing Venus, as you will be well above them. Be among the first to wear graphite sun glasses to protect your eyes from the sun's strong rays. Graphite is used as the frame for the glasses because it can withstand up to 4,300 degrees Fahrenheit before reaching it's melting point. The lenses on the glasses are made of glass because it's melting point is 2,500 - 2,900 degrees Fahrenheit.