|Work on the Space Suit will increase|
For security reasons, the actual space
suit cannot be shown.
SPACE1 SPACE SUIT
SPACE1 ASTRONAUT CORE SPACE SUIT
Space1 has entered the Asian test zone, for the development of the current round of tests on one of the highest technology portions of the Safety Rocket involving the Space Suit.
Space1's RPL Rocket Propulsion Lab and Space Center are now creating a space suit to handle the functions required for safe space flight and tourism to Space Apogee in suborbital flights.
SCHEDULE: From December 10th, 2015 through March 2016, the center will actively work on the space suit with testing, new designs, and improvements for space flight. The space suit has an initial array of space sensors and devices that include the following:
* GFORCE SENSOR
* GFORCE LIMITING DEVICE
* VIBRATION ORRAY
* VIBRATION TRANFUSOR
* WEIGHTLESSNESS UNIT
* SOUND TRANSMUTATOR
Work has progressed for approximately a year on the glove, suit, and helmet. Part of this work includes communications and the continued miniaturization of components.
The sensors report to the Space Komputer for processing, analysis, and display. The Space Komputer currently uses an eight core chip, with enhancements to achieve greater 1,000 processor density per core. In the largest configuration, the SK has 240,000 computer processor cores. Smaller configurations are being tested with high densities.