Hi, I study Aerospace Engineering. I understand that it is essential to plan the design and construction of a space station, but we do have to factor the necessary technologies that would be involved on the matter (most of these technologies aren't very much available yet -artificial gravity, life support for extended periods, etc.). Aside from that, cost would be a great hurdle for the design process. Engineering a space station will cost billions and will take a lot of time (and time used for the research isn't even part of the equation yet). The recent news regarding Asgardia's next leap to the space frontier is a satellite to be launched around next year, and that in itself will already cost a lot. A lot of planning has to be done, research an all. The design process can't be done by just those that are involved in this section of the forum. All types of engineers are needed (Civil, Mechanical, etc. Even Biomedical engineering). It's good to see that someone is looking out for the future of Asgardia, but we need to start solving the problems we face as of the moment. The many little problems, before we start taking on the bigger problems.