Well, you need something pressurized like a submarine. It's got to be resistant to cosmic and solar radiation, so you ought to make it out of lead.... but that's too heavy. Instead, build a micro-magnetosphere around your ship---like a force-field. Next, you're going to need a propulsion system. Ionic drives, powered by a nuclear reactor, will add enough speed over time, and heat your interior. You'll want rail guns with atomic cannon balls in case alien pirates come.
If by Handicraft its easy as it wont go anywhere but occupies space where it sits.
Visit or Join ISRO in Bangalore you will know how they make.
Think of an object that you can impart enough velocity to so that the object goes into the space beyond earth's gravitation. Once there the object will continue in its motion ad infinitum because there's no resistance or friction, and you have already launched a space craft. The building of spacecraft could be more technical but college students have done that. All I can assure is that if you are determined enough you will eventually make one.
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Read it and the sky's your limit (perhaps a little bit further).
by em_saenz 6 years ago
Can a plane fly backwards?When I look at planes flying they seem to be able to circle but not to reverse. Is that right?
by LewSethics 7 years ago
We all agree that Time and Space are essential parts of our Universe, even though we can't always agree on what Time and Space are. I think that 'Being' is another one of the building blocks, and that everything possesses an essential identity (spirit), similar to its physical presence, and...
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