Employing superconducting electrodynamic technologies in deep space favorable conditions of cold vacuum without gravity forces, could result in development of new critical technologies for design of a new habitation systems to enable human exploration missions in deep space. Generating rotation of a space habitat will realize the old idea of a rotating wheel-shaped space station generating gravity sensation on its inside hull induced by deliberate acceleration for replacing natural gravity. Much work remains to be done and many questions are to be answered before artificial gravity becomes reality. There is no doubt that it has to be a very expensive and complex project, but, first although small steps could be made in the years to come making smaller and cost-effective artificial gravity generators, at least to get therapeutic dose of gravity for a certain period of time daily or a few times per week. The emergence of space tourism could impulse realization of an orbital space settlement. Well equipped with scientific and life support equipment, artificial gravity generators could be flexible exploration systems capable to proportionate a lots of new information and knowledge important for all future steps in space offering conditions for a big variety of possible experiments over behavior of objects, liquids, humans, animals, and plants. Artificial gravity could enable food production in space, taking advantage of extraordinary conditions for increasing the yield and vitality of growing live plants in space. Electrodynamic artificial gravity generators as life support systems could make possible exploration and colonization of deep space.


     Electrodynamic Gravity Generator can be applied in developments of multiple Space Life-Support Systems:
     - Space Stations.
     - Space Ships.
     - Space Agriculture.
     - Space Tourism.


     The electrodynamic rotation generator structure can be upgraded not only by applying more powerful electrodynamic configuration but also by multiplying of the basic electrodynamic configuration along the rotation axis to obtain synchronized rotation. Increased energy requirements can be fulfilled by using larger and more efficient photovoltaic solar panels. This way upgraded electrodynamic rotation generator can spin wider and more complex habitat structures forming larger EDGG superstructures with increased capacity. Described EDGG can be completely autonomous structure. Also, its concept enable incorporation of whole the structure to other space stations or spaceships by direct attaching of the rotation generator to their structures, leaving the docking module free for docking and for the EVA. EDGG structures and superstructures could be movable by a propulsion pack suited in the non-rotating central module. Rocket or some other kind of propulsion could be located along the rotation axis normal to the circle-path plane, transforming a space station for long-term human stay in deep space to a spaceship for long-term space trips with humans on board. .

Spaceship with EDGG and SEP.