Plans for habitats on the moon and Mars have changed over time. The best proposal of them all has been given by Japan.

The glass structure is 1,300 feet tall. Researchers from Kyoto University and Kajima Corporation presented a rendering at a press conference on July 5. The plan is to create "artificial gravity living facilities" that mimic the living conditions of Earth.

The director of Kyoto University's SIC Human Spaceology Center stated to the press that there is no plan like this in other countries' space development plans.

Don't expect to see the project realized in your life. A simplified version of "The Glass" could be on the moon by the year 2050 according to a report.

The team wants to build a facility for the moon and a facility for the red planet. As space tourism becomes more common, there must be ways to reduce the impact on the health of people living on the moon or Mars.

NASA and other researchers have found that a constant state of weightlessness and traversing across different gravity fields can cause bone loss. The research on low gravity is limited to the maintenance of the adult body and its impact on the birth and growth of children.

A transportation system called the "Hexagon Space Track System" is part of the plans for "The Glass" facilities. The space train will create its own gravity as it travels between Earth, the moon, and Mars.

Takuya Ohno, an architect and researcher at Kajima, said that developing an artificial gravity residential facility with Kyoto University will be a watershed moment in space research. This research will be meaningful for humankind.