Or rather how a tool capable of moving the planets can be done. TL;DR Build a planet big spaceship, move stuff with the gravity of that ship, using star energy for propulsion solar sail like. Or by pressing on the planet by a huge shell. As reasons to move planet are not given, so are not … More How can I move a planet?
(source) There probably no such place as the best for any task. It is a matter of preferences accordingly to chosen technologies for the building and other maybe even not related to technologies factors. I mean it depends; different factor and the place comes with the how and maybe why you do the building of … More Optimal position for an orbital dockyard
I highly recommend to read: O’Neill, G. K: The Colonization of Space, Physics Today, vol. 27, no. 9, Sept. 1974, pp. 32–40. Up to 16km radius is doable with usual materials. Conservative estimations with old steel (1920) 3.2km O’Neill, G. K: The Colonization of Space, Physics Today, vol. 27, no. 9, Sept. 1974, pp. 32–40. One … More Is there an upward limit to the size of spacecraft with “Centrifugal” gravity?
Q:Giant Planetary Ring Bases (or GPRB’s) are space stations built on planetary rings or are artificial rings themselves, such as Starship Troopers’ Luna Base. But are these super stations feasible? Assuming the ring is 30 by 30 meters all the way around the planet, would it be realistic to build such a structure? A: Yes, … More Giant Planetary Ring Bases, are they feasible?