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The 100 Year Journey to Proxima Centauri B (Sci-Fi Documentary)

Apr 16, 2024
This is a nuclear fusion spacecraft and will travel at 4.24% the speed of light on its 100-

year

journey

to Proxima Centorium B. Humanity was born on Earth. She was never meant to die here. In which direction will the spacecraft travel and how will it generate? artificial gravity Will the population aboard the Helianthus spacecraft grow over the next 100

year

s? what happens to the bacteria in a closed loop system and what the time dilation will be once they reach the new planet and what happens aboard the helianthus spacecraft for the next 100 years last 30 years of the trip to make sure the Passengers adapt to the different living conditions on Proxima centu B, such as the increased gravity and red light coming from the new Sun, but why is the spacecraft heading to this specific Proxima centu B planet? because it is the closest habitable planet to Earth Only 4.24 light years away and with its nuclear fusion engines the Helianthus will reach Proxima centu B in 100 years there are 1,800 passengers on board and the

journey

begins Now the ship is launched from high Earth orbit firing its nuclear fusion engine takes 15 days to accelerate below 1G to reach the cruising speed of 4.24% of the speed of light and then comes the big turn, the helianthus has passed by Mars and He heads to the asteroid belt next using his nuclear fusion. engine took less than 2 hours to pass the moon and 14 days to pass Mars' orbit heads downward 21° below the ecliptic plane of the solar system The Earth and other planets revolve around the Sun almost like a flat disk the Proxima centor B star system is below this disk, that is why the spacecraft is on a descending flight path. 15 days have passed since launch from Earth, the engines have been shut down, the spacecraft is now cruising at 4.24% of the speed of light and will do so for the next one. 99 years ago the turning maneuver began.
the 100 year journey to proxima centauri b sci fi documentary
Thrusters on the outside of the Helianthus fire with a diameter of 750 m (24,60 ft), about twice the length of an aircraft carrier, the outer ring spinning and spinning to generate the 1 G of artificial gravity it needs to spin. 1.9 rotations per minute after reaching 1G, the same as on Earth, the spinning thrusters shut down and the helianthus habitat ring will continue spinning for the rest of the trip. This is due to the conservation of angular momentum in space. Helianthus Command Deck now brings leading living facilities online from schools and virtual reality theaters to medical facilities, birth centers and gardens.
the 100 year journey to proxima centauri b sci fi documentary

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There are also multi-level aeroponic vertical farms within the rotating habitat ring, as well as crop seed and DNA data storage vaults within rooms where passengers reconnected living quarters. modules from the walls to the floor when the spacecraft was accelerating the g forces were pushing towards the engine now without further acceleration the spin is used to generate artificial gravity pushing outwards so the floor shifts towards the inner sides of the ring with any floor Windows designed Into the Now, the habitat ring rotates around the hollow core of the helianthus. This hollow core that has no gravity because it does not rotate is used for cargo storage, including the space shuttles that will be used by future generations of passengers in 100 years to land on the new planet 4 days after the big spin the helianthus is now about the asteroid belt this is not like in the movies the asteroid belt is not dense the asteroids are not very close together they are very far apart the average distance between asteroids and the asteroid belt is almost 1 million km 600,000 Mi, this is more twice the distance between the Earth and the Moon, although helianthus travels 2.1 degrees below the ecliptic plane, most asteroids lie between 10 and 30°, so the spacecraft still passes A path is drawn through the asteroid belt to avoid asteroids.
the 100 year journey to proxima centauri b sci fi documentary
In any case, the Helianthus has been designed with protection against asteroids and the future elements that it will face. The front of the Helianthus has been built with layers reinforced from interstellar dust and Las Gas clouds will vaporize and erode about a millimeter deep every four light years. Tracking sensors and lasers are used to deflect larger micro meteorites, changing their trajectory away from the approaching ship and clearing a path where the helianthus lies in the vast darkness of interstellar space. region between the stars filled with clouds of gas dust, cosmic rays and rogue planets, the spacecraft left Earth's solar system more than 1 month after its launch on its journey, passing through the orbital distances of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, Haley's Comet, the Kyper belt with Pluto and crossing the heliopath is now in interstellar space heading to Proxima centu B The command deck maintains close control over the number of passengers when the helianthus left Earth there were 1,800 people on board. on board this number will increase to less than 4,500 during the 100 year voyage to Proxima centu B on board the ship there are 1,300 adults 300 of these adults are the parents of the 300 children already on board ap

proxima

tely half of the children become adults after 10 years and ap

proxima

tely 33% of adults become elderly every 10 years there is an average life expectancy of 80 years and 33% of elderly people between 50 and 80 years old who bring wisdom and experience to the population They die every 10 years.
the 100 year journey to proxima centauri b sci fi documentary
The biologists on board follow the evolution of the bacteria on board the spacecraft to prevent the collapse of the ship's biosphere. Because all the bacteria on the ship are evolving in a closed-loop system much faster than human bacteria, the bacteria reproduce much faster, so there will be thousands or tens of thousands of new generations per year depending on the type. of bacteria and there are possible mutations as they evolve becoming incompatible with human life, resulting in bacteria that once had a neutral effect evolving to become disease-causing pathogens or bacteria that once helped in human digestion evolving to no longer provide that benefit.
The first year in the helianthus brings the firstborn the mark. the beginning of the new space generation born on the spaceship the first baby is named after the ship helianthus derived from the Greek words helios meaning sun and anthos meaning flower 32 more babies have been born during this first year of travel each New Birth It is a sacred moment marked by the sending of a small pebble brought from Earth into space creating a symbolic bridge back to Earth. Helianthus is 0.424 light years from Earth, more than 4 trillion kilometers, 2.4 trillion miles, the delay in communications back to Earth has increased to 5 and one months. day to send a message in an address and there is already time dilation. 10 years have passed on the ship but on Earth it has been 10 years and 3 days and this difference will only increase as the ship continues traveling at 4.24% of the speed of light.
For the next 90 years, here is an explanation of the relativistic effect of time dilation. Imagine time as a river that flows constantly if you are sitting in a boat, you don't row, you and the river flow at the same speed, but if you start rowing your boat very fast. When looking at the river, it is as if the water slows down around you and appears to move backwards, but not to the people on the bank. You and the river still arrive at the same destination, but you experience less river flow compared to those on the shore. you age a little less because your piece of river flowed more slowly for you how many extra days will they spend on Earth when the spacecraft reaches Proxima centu B the first deaths have occurred on the spacecraft during the first 10 years of the trip their bodies sent into space, a moment of silence occurs throughout the ship each time a passenger passes, followed by a reading that talks about their future Planet Proxima centu B and how the passenger has completed their duty and their memory will live on forever in the new planet the year 20. aboard the helianthus marks the beginning of the second new generation born on the spacecraft, the population is growing, so genetic diversity is crucial so that there is a well-balanced population during the 100-year journey and Furthermore, this means having rules on board the Helianthus there are strict breeding guidelines.
There are rules regarding family size to ensure that each family has the same genetic influence on future generations and to avoid reducing genetic diversity. Each set of parents will have a similar number of offspring. This number is set to a minimum of two. and a maximum of three babies, this is necessary to maintain the parental replacement rate while avoiding high population growth that will put pressure on the resources on board. There is also a generational imbalance. Parents should breed at different intervals to avoid large child age groups. groups of children of the same age, all these rules have been implemented to avoid the collapse of the passenger population, even when a family living on the spaceship is monitored.
The command deck assigns rooms to different parts of the ship creating a rotation system. ensuring that individuals from different family units are more likely to interact, this ensures regular mixing of the gene pool and when it comes time to reproduce, couples undergo genetic counselling, their genomes are sequenced to determine genetic compatibility and understand any potential risks if there are any problems, there are alternative options available on board, such as the artificial uterus laboratory or the use of cryogenically frozen sperm and egg samples brought back from Earth. All of these guidelines are especially important for the initial generations of passengers who have a highly genetically diverse population to begin with.
It is easier to maintain that diversity during the 100-year journey and beyond the Helianthus is 1.27 light years from Earth and 2.97 light years from Proxima centor B, the communications delay with Earth is 1. 27 years to send a message in one direction the first generation. Of the children born on the ship have reached adulthood they will soon move on to junior leadership roles and advanced operational duties the 1000th baby is born. The ship has also been given the name helianthus other common names on the ship include elesium Helios suria Apollo terara joro and centor, even so far from Earth, Earth mythology continues to live.
There is talk aboard the spacecraft of changing the name of the planet Proxima centu B to something more human or even more spiritual in nature. The helianthus is entering the 50th year of it is halfway through the journey looking out the windows the passengers begin to see a distinct but faint star this is its new host son proximus sori from this point in the journey the star becomes more and brighter with each passing year the passengers have changed the name of the star they have given their new son the name Helios, it is a red dwarf star and its brightness is much lower than that of the Earth's sun, with a 65 % of brightness.
Future generations in Proximus and Tory B will live with a lower light level. early afternoon on Earth but the planet orbits its star much closer than Earth orbits the sun 1 year is only 11 days its sun will appear larger in the sky and the light will have a reddish color the helianthus ship will make changes To help future passengers adapt to the new light and gravity, Helianthus is now 2.54 light years from Earth with a communications delay of 2.54 years to send a message in one direction, there is a Time dilation of 60 years passing on the spaceship, while 60 years and 19 days have passed on Earth the passengers have renamed their destination Planet Proxima centu B the name has evolved over the years and has now been replaced by the new official name elisia a paradise where Heroes and the righteous go to ensure the continuation of Humanity at this point 60 years after the journey The command platform begins the spin sequence of the evolution of gravity, since gravity in Elisia is slightly larger than on Earth, the rotating thrusters will be fired periodically over the next 30 years to slowly increase the spin of the habitat ring, increasing gravity on the spacecraft so that during the last 10 years of the journey passengers the new generations of Humans are accustomed to living under the higher gravity they will soon face on their new home planet, plan for the expected gravity on Alysia to be about 1,026 times that of Earth, making it a bit stronger.
A person who weighs 50 kg 110 lb on Earth will feel as if they weigh 51.4 kg 113 lb on Alysia. This slight additional gravity means increased stress on the heart and cardiovascular system, bones and muscles as well. undergo changes in that they become denser to withstand higher gravity, the body's fluids becomeThey redistribute slightly, leading to increased blood pressure in the lower extremities and, over time, the human species will become shorter on average with a more compact body shape to be more energy efficient in the higher gravity environment. As gravity slowly increases aboard the Helianthus over the next 30 years, the lighting will also adjust.
The spacecraft's lights will slowly turn red and less bright to match the dark red light seen from the new Helios Sun when living on the new planet. In a world with less light and a red hue, human eyes will adapt and evolve in several ways, the iris could become an amber or gold hue to optimize red light, the pupils could be larger to allow more light and make make the eyes look darker in general. The white part of the eye, the Scalera, would also become more pigmented to reduce glare and improve vision in low light conditions, so while terrestrial humans have a variety of eye colors and a white Scalera, these future Elysian humans might have a darker Scara and golden irises there.
There have been rumors on board of hidden cryolaboratories and hibernation pods where wealthy individuals from planet Earth have paid to be frozen and taken on the journey to be awakened on the new planet. The most creative types of passengers conjure up other folklore that these frozen beings plan. to colonize and govern the inhabitants when they arrive on their new home planet, the new home, the Sun Helios, is clearly visible to the passengers aboard the Helianthus and becomes brighter as they approach their final destination, three generations aboard the spaceship arrive at the new planet and the older ones also seek to reach Alisia before the end of their lives.
The helianthus is now entering the final year of its journey and will soon prepare for its slowdown. Here are the current population figures on board. The Helianthus has been sailing for 99 years and 350 days at 4.24% the speed of light, a continuous spin has been generating artificial gravity for those on board, but soon, 15 days before arrival, the rotating thrusters They will turn on again, this time in the opposite direction to stop spin desaturation. After the turn, the helianthus will perform a turn maneuver to point the engines towards Alysia for Forly Proxima centor B when the engines ignite, this will be the deceleration to reduce speed over the course of 15 days to 1G, decelerating the spacecraft and slowing it down. down to enter the orbit of the new planet Elisia Elia's gravity has captured the Helianthus and placed the spacecraft in a stable orbit around the new world The passengers have reached their new planet because Earth's sun is much brighter Passengers aboard the Helianthus are still able to see the star in the sky while people on Earth cannot see the passenger Sun its red star Helios.
The rotating thrusters fire up again to generate artificial gravity while the passengers live on board orbiting. On its new planet, a new ceremony is held in honor of the ancestors of the ship. 2,924 passengers have died and 5.7,700 babies have been born during the 100-year voyage. There have been seven generations that have lived on board the ship. helianthus ship and while 100 years have passed in the spaceship 100 years and 33 days have passed on earth a message is sent from the helianthus to Earth announcing its arrival this message will take 4.24 years to reach Earth and another 4 .24 years for the ship to receive a response a total of 8.48 years the ship will be communicating with the Beyond, the passengers will soon take the shuttles stored inside the hollow core of the helianthus to the new planet where they will begin to assemble their new base of operations, which will be called Elysian Fields for the first 10,000 days in Proxima Centory B.

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