First time I've seen it (I won't pay for cable or streaming), and here's what I think>only one connection to the hub
lolwut, it'll be wobbly as hell without more spokes to keep oscillations down, zero-gee doesn't mean there are no forces to bend/twist modules apart>ring modules connected via holes on their long sides
again, stability, the short end walls are sturdier, especially for the hub of >>10985944
, put a small cube node there, you can add two more perpendicular modules too
Actually if I look closer it's not that bad, and maybe even good to have the ring at a lower-gee radius. It still needs lots more struts.
got me to thinking that you could arrange the outer modules as long floors, then make the spoke modules have the circular floors, also plenty of room for "dial your gravity" experiments and low-g recreation space.
So maybe ten Bigelow modules, eight 22.5º ring adapters, and a hub module. Comfy.