Friday, October 12, 2012

Human Journey into Near Space

Near Space
Yesterday, Friday October 12th, marks two spectacular journeys into Near Space made on the same day. Two flights were made, each lasting about 2.75 hours going up to a distance of 7.4 aeronautical miles.

Levels of Space According to the Big Brain
The launch was a little rough, passing through a layer of pollution, smog, and fog, creating varying air density pockets of turbulence, then rising up above the strata, meeting a second layer of clouds, which then dissipated, then rising up above smoothly to meet a very clear sky which then turned from light blue to dark blue marking the beginning of atmospheric thin-out and finally the subtle curvature of the Earth at the apex of the flight path. It was a fantastic flight!

This was a well equipped journey into space. Equipment carried aloft included 17 Special cameras, Accelerometer, Compass, Data Recorder, Sound Recorder, a fully charged Battery Power Distribution System, Automatic Battery Monitor, Cellular 2-Way Communications Equipment, Data Logger, Clock & Date Stamper, Theodolite, Heads-Up Display, Geo Angle Determinator Machine, Night Vision Unit, GPS, gauges for Speed in MPH, Heading Indicator, Acceleration Gauge, Vertical Speed Indicator, Altitude Meter, Roll-Pitch-Yaw Unit, and other machines. Data is currently being analyzed. Unlike launches into Micro Space and Next Space, the craft compartment capsule required a containment of some pressurized air.

This marks the second highest human "astronaut" flight into the Big Brain's defined space domain, the previous was a flight up .3-mile into Next Space from China with a Mega Project. Prior, astronauts were launched into Micro Space aboard compressed O2 rockets.

2011 Micro Space Ant Insectronauts (10-feet)
2011 Next  Space Humanoido Astronaut (1,555-feet or .3-mile)
2012 Near  Space Humanoido Astronaut (7-miles)

Next Space
Next Space

My Journey Into Space - Part 1 of 3
Introduction, Flight Photos, Safety Considerations

Part 2 of 3 - Experiences

Part 3 of 3 - From Micro Space to Mega Space  

Micro Space
Meet the Micronauts
Selecting the Next Crew to Go Up Into Micro Space 

The Micronaut Space Program

The MSR-01A Rocket - Launching Micronauts Into Space

As usual, these flights are designed to gather information for the Big Brain's Space Program. The Big Brain's exact purpose for exploring space is unknown but it's rumored the Brain is going on some kind of journey -  one of great adventure and exploration. Sending live astronauts into Micro Space, Next Space, and Near Space is highly interesting and sets a trend of reaching for deeper and deeper space.

The attainment of Near Space is a marvelous revelation. Near Space goes up 50 miles. The ISS Space Station orbits the Earth from 205 miles to 255 miles and the Hubble Space Telescope orbits at 355 miles. There is a range of "orbital space" which may be added to the space domain as defined by the Big Brain, if and when the project expands into this region. The commonly accepted definition for Low Earth Orbit LEO is between 160 kilometers (99 mi) and 2,000 kilometers (1,200 mi) above the Earth's surface.

Recent projects involve the edge of the Universe, the study of and formulation of new theories of the Universe and the connections between the EXO Space beyond the Universe and the Quantum Space connected to the Universe. Investigations and projects encompass Inner Space which includes nanotechnology. Quantum space involves a universe microcosm smaller than nanotechnology.