Friday, November 20, 2015

Space1 Rocket Alternatives of Going Into Space

Distance between the Earth and the Moon is a haven for the newest space tourism

Consideration of the Diesel Engine precluded carrying heavyweight fuel into space
Black powder fired rocket engines are cheap, easy to build, required regulation at times under certain conditions (dry weather, static electricity, incongruous changes), and affect the Earth's environment by depositing and releasing greenhouse gases. Depending on range and thrust, this may vary from a relatively insignificant proportion to that of larger depositions for the largest and most massive rockets.

But other forms of rocket propulsion are more damaging to man and the environment such as atomic and nuclear engine drives that have risk of explosion and releasing radioactivity and contaminating the Earth for many years or decades.

Of course, rocket propulsion must be cost effective and simple to supplement bringing space tourism to a safe and affordable level. Space1 is working on a Hybrid Engine that incorporates the best of a couple technologies, spinning old and new together. A new rocket engine design is introduced in November of 1015, named the HE.

There's two levels of space, the first level requires moving through the first level of Earth's space known as the Troposphere, and the second level moves beyond the Earth's space into the Solar System and the first realm of Deep Space. The HE design incorporates this bi level propulsion. The two worlds of engine design utilize a common propulsion for level I and electrical for level II.

Also examined and studied are propulsion using hydrogen, oxygen, diesel, kerosene, and nitrogen. These may be more range and velocity sensitive.