Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Humanoido Labs in 2014


As we are about to conclude the year 2014 and enter into the New Year 2015, Humanoido has established many long term and short term labs in the USA and international locations.

Over the long term, beginning in the 1950s and leading to 2014, labs were established in the USA, Taiwan, Seoul South Korea, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Indonesia, Macao, and other locations.

An innovative mobile transit lab also exists that can remain in flight without a parent country. (A manned Mobile Transport Lab was flown over the North Pole and collected polar data.)

In Taiwan and South Korea, nine new Humanoido labs were introduced in 2014 after the very large move to a new location in Taiwan. These labs serve the Space1 rocket tourism industry, astronomical observatories in two countries, Aeronautics experiments, and international expansion.

The beginning move in to Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab
(Intl Taiwan Lab 61 TRL)
September 24th, 2014 - Rocket Lab debuted after the major move to new facilities in December 2014 in Taipei Taiwan. The Rocket Lab is located on the entire second floor, and contains two work tables for lab equipment and space for constructing rocket parts and equipment. The floor houses parts and storage, and ready access components for immediate experiments. It houses the nano space stations, the medium space station, and parts for the large space station.
This facility has resources in mechanics, electronics, digital computing, the Big Brain, parts and components, all the Micro Space equipment, inventions, rockets, and a series of working spacecraft. The laboratory also includes guest space for scientists.

Photo of Taipei 101 from DeckLab
DeckLab in the Sky 
(Intl Taiwan Lab 62 TDL)
November 4th 2014 - The new deck lab is slightly larger than the previous Taiwan deck lab. Although three times lower in height, it's still suspended upwards to a hundred feet in the air. The lab faces a North polar orientation of the sky. DeckLab offers fundamental space for the conduction of aeronautical research, atmospheric phenomena, a mini launch pad for potential smaller spacecraft, and the study of weather conditions.

AstroLab Experiment
Astro Aeronautics Lab (Intl Taiwan Lab 63 TAL) 
Thursday November 13, 2014 - The Astro Aeronautic Laboratory officially opened with its first portable telescope experiment seen in the link below. The AAL is simply a reconfigured DeckLab in the Sky, designed for elevated astro aeronautics experiments. It can also function as a telescope optical and radio observatory, or as an experimental platform for the study of new equipment performance as the first experiment has shown. Pocket Telescope

Seoul South Korea Lab
(Intl South Korea Lab 64 SKL)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - Accomplishments included the South Korean Space1 Site Survey, the Space1 Presidential meeting with the agenda for 2015, the Space1 Wisdom Lab meeting with South Korean Scientist/Conceptual Designer and Director Dara 지혜 and setting up an additional observatory lab plus a Korean mobile transit lab.

View from Soul Observatory
Seoul South Korea
Temp Astronomical Observatory Lab
(Intl South Korea Observatory Lab 65 SKO)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - Astronomically speaking, Seoul is brightly lit in most locations. At the Temp Astronomical Observatory, the experience was many lights were turned off early in the morning. While this vastly improved seeing conditions, the level of stellar extinction in the city remained extremely high. In the view of this astronomical observatory located in the more remote sections of Dongdaemun, the planet Jupiter was clearly visible and tracked over a period of hours, but stars were not visible.

Korean Mobile Transit Lab (KMTL)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - The Korean Mobile Transit Lab was created inside a high speed moving Express train cutting through a remote region of the rural countryside. It contained a full working computer with OS8.1.2 running numerous apps to include a full office, GPS, mapping, processing, and imaging.

Multi-D & Imaging Lab
(Intl Taiwan Lab 65 MDK)
The new lab research and development center for Multi-D & Imaging is a spinoff of the Rocket Lab. The Multi-D Imaging project will be ongoing in 2015, designed to capture the space tourism flight from a multidimensional external location which will be varied in flux position. This allows flying the imager around the tourism rocket, and to provide vantage points from above and below. The MKIP provides a calculus and differential equation mode to capture the entropy of space flight. The Lab is for testing, research, development, prototyping, and refining the final systems.

Space Komputer Development Research Lab (Intl Taiwan Lab 66 SKD)
This lab is specifically laid out for the contstruction, testing, and implementation of the Space Komputer. The first Space Komputer is the heart of the Space Machine. It's driven by KOSMOS that handles space time, rocket parameters and it collaborates with the rocket flight computer.

South Korea Wisdom Lab (SKWL)
Created in 2014 for Space1, the Wisdom Lab was designed to provide an innovative and unique design view for the elements and aspects of Space1. The SKWL is located at an unspecified secret location. It is manned by Korean scientists to provide a unique view and contributory status to Space1.

The Big Brain Initiative, USA - Ultra Space Administration, DSC - Deep Space Center, are divisions of Humanoido Laboratories