|Departure: Flying to Seoul - South Korean Airlines plane|
IN SEOUL SOUTH KOREA
INTERNATIONAL SPACE1 EXPANDS OPERATIONS INTO USA, TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA
|South Korean Express Transport|
|The Space1 site survey in South Korea revealed numerous rural areas|
|Many modern skyscrapers were seen during the taxi ride in Seoul South Korea|
OF SKS -
|The beauty of Seoul, South Korea tree lights near Christmas time|
The journey was approximately a three hour flight one way. Upon landing, several modes of transport were required to reach the new location where South Korea Space1 laboratory (SKS) was established. Accomplishments included the South Korean Space1 Site Survey, the Space1 Presidential meeting with the agenda for 2015, and the Space1 Wisdom Lab meeting with South Korean Scientist/Conceptual Designer and Director Dara 지혜.
The great success of Space1's twelve rockets for space tourism was reviewed and the President has directed the organization to continue its high technology development with support and funding in the coming new year.
Dara successfully directed the ensemble of Space1's South Korean team and logistics resulting in a more accurate Space1 South Korea Site Survey and photographic data for further review, analysis and archive.
HIGH TECHNOLOGY POSITIONING
Very high Korean technology was used for GPS vectors to establish point to point locations by inputting coordinate data. Korean mechanical construction techniques were reviewed as well as technology that could serve during a space tourism installation. Additionally, transports, housing, and positioning were reviewed.
A route was also established via Space1's home base to the industrial parts suppliers organizations and stores. These places supplied all South Korean parts, supplies and materials. The purchase conversion was approximately 1000 WON equals 1 USA dollar.
|Urban area: tightly congested with no space for aerospace testing sites|
Astronomically speaking, Seoul is brightly lit in most locations, and other locations shut down most lights early in the morning. In view of an astronomical observatory located in the more remote sections of Dongdaemun, the planet Jupiter was clearly visible but stars were not visible. This provides data for the level of extinction at the city site.
Map for Dongdaemun Korea
|ERT Site - Extremely Rough Terrain (corrected for some cabin reflections)|
It's interesting to note, the rural sections of the site survey revealed some remote areas with zero access. The ERT site, Extremely Rough Terrain, is seen in the photo above shot from a high speed moving transport. The site is remote enough, but access for space tourism would need to be established.
This ERT site appears to have unusual land formations - sections of soil formed by a previous ocean bed or high current turbulent river. Smooth mounds of varying size distortions splayed countless conflicting orientations, prohibiting common vehicular travel.
|South Korean mountains and snow capped regions during the ERT survey|
Remote sites had no lights whatsoever and would undoubtedly be advantageous and astronomically suited, and need to deal only with the light from distant adjacent populated sections of the city, estimated to be about a 40 minute drive away on the high speed transport. The high speed transport makes no stops throughout the ERT regio.
LAND SEISMIC DISTURBANCES The juxtaposition of the high speed transport would undoubtedly cause some vibratory land seismic disturbance in local distances. Positioning sites towards the mountains could isolate the effects for a scientific research outpost.
|Space1 Magazine will continue in-house publishing, and will reveal numerous Space1 secrets developed for current use and in the future. It will reveal our vision for the current development and for the future of space tourism.|
SPACE1 2015 PROJECTIONS
In the new year 2015, Space1 will continue to develop space tourism and exploit the private funding necessary for projects in space flight and aerospace craft development. Some areas of continued research and development include the space tourism rocket, multifaceted and advanced space tourism technology, the return rocket plane, a space station, EAR Extremely Advanced Robotics, and other aspects of space tourism development.
RAMPING DEVELOPMENT It was agreed to continue primary development of the space Komputer, the Black Box Machine, the RTM Referential Time Machine, advanced external camera imaging, robotics and flight equipment for rocket lofting.
MULTI-D KAMERA IMAGING PROJECT
The Multi-D Kamera Imaging project will be introduced 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.
SPACE STATION FLEET
The supporting space station will continue in development, and include a fleet of space stations to support the tourism rocket during takeoff, during flight, and during reentry. It's agreed the fleet will include three main size vehicles, deemed small, medium and large. In 2015, work will include nano support vehicles and mega structure vehicles with multiple engine clusters.
Also included in the budget is aerospace design for cabin interiors and far reaching conceptual developments. R&D will continue heavily, with Space1 Magazine expanding and continuing for in-house secret sharing.
Temporary Humanoido Lab in Seoul South Korea
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