Sunday, April 28, 2013

Next Human Launch into Near Space

Tiny Near Space telescope is inside the bag
Last time, the Big Brain Machine Initiative successfully launched and recovered an astronaut into Near Space on Sunday, February 3rd, 2013. That flight produced a successful study of fourteen Strata Layers beyond the Earth, journeyed to the fringes of space, set new records, and completed a space port view progression. Now we are once again about to depart into the frontier of Near Space and explore its domain.

The Big Brain is a Propeller powered semi-cognizant machine with a space program and a Prime Directive.

Prime Directive

This time, launch conditions predicted by local weather sources are favorable 50/50 sun/rain. Either way, the launch will take place as the spacecraft will rise above the weather front to the crystal clear frontier.

This time, we're taking up a tiny space telescope, which is small enough to fit in the illustrated bag.

Most records in this Near Space space program, over the past years of exploration, have reached limits, in terms of the analysis of collected data, for maximum spacecraft height reached, coldest temperature on record, consecutive strata layering, launch and reentering vectoring, relative speeds of travel, and numerous parameters for a sub orbital flight. It's unknown if any TSATS will be released.

TSAT Temporary Satellite Invention

December 8th, 2012 Space Launch
This space journey will ramp up with the introduction of two flights separated by a minimum of one day between each launch and reentry. This will be day, night, or both day /night launch/recoveries.

Space Launch One

This time, we will look for evidence Near Space phenomenon out of the ordinary, test elements of the space craft, and test an in flight astronomy program for celestial observations either daytime or night time or both.

October 12th, 2012 Human Journey into Near Space

Types of Space