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Here's what NASA believed living in space would look like in 1975

According to NASA and architect Rick Guidice in 1975, this is what Space colonisation would look like. Image: NASA/Rick Guidice

Sean Fleming

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A home from home in space. Image: NASA/Rick Guidice
Cylinder-shaped space colonies. Image: NASA/Rick Guidice

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Agriculture formed part of Guidice’s vision for life in space. Image: NASA/Rick Guidice
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