Proxima B is is the closest known exoplanet to the Solar System and the closest potentially habitable exoplanet known. It's also a name of the multigenerational space mission. The planet is located about 4,2 light-years from Earth. Thanks to advanced technology the mission takes only 500 years to get there.
Engine and navigation head
Electromagnetic air bubble with habitable cells
Stabilisator of the atmosphere
LIFE AT THE SPACESHIP PROXIMA B
Life at the spaceship is very similar to Earth's life. Engineers, scientists, teachers, manual workers (and surprisingly PR specialists) are living with their families in cells floating in a breathable air bubble. There are days and nights simulated. During the day, people can see a blue sky all around, during the night they can observe outer space. If you want to visit another cell you just swim like you were in a swimming pool, or you can use the first and only fully functional hooverboard in the history of humanity (not those earthly fakes!).
Design of cells were inspired by the virus diseases, as according to the latest religious and philosophical movements, humanity is just an infectious disease in this world.
Kids are trained since their heart starts to beat in mother's womb. In a half of human life - when people reach their best productive age of 70, they go to hibernated sleep. When the planet will be reached, they will wake up and help colonise it.