Thursday, December 13, 2012

Suspension Space Vehicles

Early days - Micro Space Program lofting experiment startup

The Big Brain's space program already has created a number of craft to explore various types of space. Many of these were invented for Micro Space and Next Space. The realm of space, from Micro Space to Near Space inclusive, has ideal conditions for the invention of a new craft - the Suspension Space Vehicle.

There are many types of forces in outer space that can act as a suspension upon a space craft. In particular the Big Brain's outer space program is interested in pressures formed by tenuous molecular air, conditions of wind, and water vapor.

Step one was creating the new type of satellite. Step two was creating ultra light spacecraft. Step three introduces the concept of lofting, where air pressure can loft and/or suspend a satellite or special craft. The early days of lofted craft tests and experiments have now led to actual Suspension Space Vehicles or SSVs.

Lofting is a technique of using atmospheric pressure, or other means, to suspend and balance a space craft to keep it operating longer at a particular region of space. The region may be Micro Space, Next Space, or Near Space. SSVs now include special satellites, a new propulsive technology, and specially designed vehicles to navigate and stay longer in the region of space.

SSVs may loft and suspend for specific intended periods of time, for observations, or for measuring the gradients of various space strata. In some examples, there is no way of knowing beforehand, the amount of time the SSV will remain in suspension.

Some causes of suspension, or contributors of this intervention, may include magneto measurements, or special aerial imaging of the Earth, Moon, or planets, etc.

Early tests and inventions leading up to the SSV included the following:

P69, 1368 Big Brain Adds Micro Kite Division - Expanding Micro Space Program
P74, 1470 Rocket SlipStream Drive - Micro Space invention delivers propellent energy from ground to micro space bound rockets & aerocraft using slipstream air beaming
P75, 1486 The Micro Space Tether
1490 Big Brain Discovers Micro Space Zero-G
1491 Measuring the Effects of Zero-G in Micro Space
with the Parallax Mesmic 2125 Accelerometer

P76, 1502 Electronic Micro Space Pressure Readings
with the Parallax VTI SCP1000 Pressure Sensor

1506 The Brain's New Micro Space RB-01 Rocket Balloon
1507 The Brain's Hot Energy Fuel
1508 Big Brain Micro Space Transporter
Beam things from the Earth to a Micro Space Craft

P74, 1475 Entering Balloons Into the Slipstream
P76, 1505 The First WYSIWYG Rocket Balloon
1506 The Brain's New Micro Space RB-01 Rocket Balloon