Once you enter, you come into a circular domed arena with an enclosed hemispherical housing in the center. There will be normal aircraft chairs with seatbelts. Walking around the dome of the spacecraft, you will see bedrooms and all facilities as in a normal five-star hotel. High capacity spacecraft will have several decks and will have accommodation and services like luxury cruise ships. In this way the craft will become moving hotels for space cruises (to Moon, Mars) and for vacations on Earth (eg. to Antarctica, Machu Picchu, etc.). This hemispherical housing holds the magnetic and gravitational field (Magravs) reactor of the craft. (In the Mojhans structure, there are no portholes and no propellers for displacement of air for motion, therefore as with the motion of planet Earth, all movements of these craft are created magnetically and internally in respect to other gravitational and magnetic fields in the environment outside the craft.)
Let’s take a walk around the craft. The control room does not need to be in a fixed position within the structure, so it can be anywhere. Everything is controlled through cameras to have a full 360° external and internal view. But you might have a window in the control room to view the outside too. When using these craft for short trips, the seating will be normal craft chairs with seatbelts, as used in an Airbus 380 or Boeing 747. Seats will be arranged in a circular pattern around the craft looking inward, outward or positioned around tables.
In these craft the Mozhans should not feel any difference with what happens outside the craft, as the internal gravitational force field keeps a constant internal force as on Earth. One should not feel the motion of the craft unless it makes a sudden movement, if steps have to been taken suddenly to avoid certain conditions and there is a need to move quickly. Once you have settled in your seats, or as you are walking around the craft, you can drink and eat as normally as on Earth. You will not feel any compression airlock in your ears because there will never be compression in these craft, as its gravitational fields create the conditions you are used to on Earth. Sit down and enjoy the trip as if you are in your easy chair or at a dining table in a five star hotel or a restaurant.
If you have a chance to observe the lift-off through a window or a television channel on board, you will notice initially at the point of take-off, a slight bright light shining around the craft, which will distort the view for a few seconds.
Do not panic as this is normal, this bright light is the result when the magnetic and gravitational fields created by the reactor in the center of the craft mix and interact with Earth’s magnetic and gravitational fields, and the residue of this interaction or friction of the four fields is the creation of bright light. It is the entanglement of the fields of the Earth and of the reactor in your craft that leads to the creation of this light. As for your goodbye party on the ground, they will see the same thing as you do from inside as the Mojhans starts taking off.
On your return to Earth you will see the same process, and when entering Earth’s atmosphere on return from the Moon, the entry is smooth as you pass through the atmosphere to the point of landing. These systems do not need to go round in circles several times in order to be correctly aligned to exit Earth or on re-entry. With these craft there is no heating up of the outer structure as the interface between the Earth’s magnetosphere and the craft’s magnetosphere is kept meters away from the body of the craft through the power of the magnetic fields created in the reactor in the center of the dome.
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