Thursday, December 31, 2015

Google Blogger Changes


GOOGLE WRITES: We encourage you to tell affected readers (perhaps via a blog post), that if they use a non-Google Account to follow your blog, they need to sign up for a Google Account, and re-follow your blog. With a Google Account, they’ll get blogs added to their Reading List, making it easier for them to see the latest posts and activity of the blogs they follow.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Space1 Rocket Technology

Space1 is expanding a new web site about it's rocket technology.

Things are fast moving closer to launching Space1's first astronaut into space inside the Safety Rocket. After hundreds of test rocket missions, the final moment involving humans is near. We believe our methods will revolutionize space flight, making it available to everyone.

Space1 is creating the ability to launch missions and space tours on a relatively fast schedule, enabling dozens of people to experience space tourism in new, exciting and creative ways. Reusable turn-around space craft is one key to streamlining operations.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Space1 New Web Page

Space1 has launched a new Space Tourism web presence

For continuing Space1 information and following space tourism, refer to the above link at the new location for Space1.

Current Space1 Index

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Space1 Basis Robotics System

Yamaha humanoid Alpha 2
Space1: "Piloting the interstellar winds of space enterprise"

THE FOUNDER of Space1 worked out a way to simplify the Space1 Space Suit and system, and that's why the possibility of an early 2016 launch of the first human tourist in space via Space1's Safety Rocket was quoted. It will simplify down into fundamental constituent rocket-suit components. "Cheaper, faster, and equally safe way to go into space." The plan will retain Space1's Basis Robotics System.

PROTO Humanoid robot
The all encompassing Basis Robotics System BRS is multifaceted and is a portion of the main Space1 tourist system. It has inter-connectivity with the space suit, rocket, and space flight systems. The BRS has two computers in the design at this time. Robotics enables the cooperation of "man and machine" in space tourism.

Yamaha's humanoid Alpha 2 reportedly can drive this motorcycle. What uses are possible for humanoids in the exploration of space? Will your next space tourism guide be a humanoid robot? Will a humanoid pilot and maintain interstellar star crafts?

‘PROTO’ is a sci-fi action adventure, about a child-like, experimental robot, set in the robotics lab where he has been built. Directed by Nick Pittom, it was filmed as an international co-production between Screen South based in the UK and Film Fyn based in Denmark. It was shot in August 2011 at Robocluster in Denmark, a genuine working robotics lab and completed in June 2012, before going on to its premiere showing in early 2013.

Humanoids can have skills, whether playing the violin, enacting in movies, or piloting a star ship through the interstellar winds of the Solar System.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Space1 Enterprise Minimalist Approach

Yuri Gagarin, 1st man in space

Space1 Enterprise has established a minimalist approach to launching the first tourists into space with its Safety Rocket.

This will put Space1 tourists into space a full 2 years ahead of the expected timeline. The history setting first Space1 touring astronaut could space debut in early 2016.

Over 50 Years ago on April 12,1961 the era of Human spaceflight opened with a roar to the heavens above with the thunderous blastoff of Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin aboard the Vostok 1 capsule from the Baikonur Cosmodrome Site No.1 at 9:07 a.m. Moscow time. Gagarin, at the age of 27, dared to brave the perils of the unknown and became the first human being to be strapped atop a rocket, ascend to outer space and view what no one else had ever seen, the entire Earth as a sphere.

Vostok 3KA-3 spacecraft (Vostok 1) reentry capsule with its parachute on the ground after landing south west of Engels, in the Saratov region of southern Russia. Gagarin ejected from the capsule at 7 km altitude and parachuted safely to the ground.  

For tourists, the minimalist approach includes the Safety Rocket, a basic space suit with integrated computer, a rocket flight computer, and fundamental sensors. Special cams will document the tourist flight, launch, and recovery.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Space1 Temperature Winter Climate Rocket Launch

Typical perfect winter launch conditions include flat land for many miles in every direction, a white snow field cover with few snow drifts and ice, a clear blue sky and no wind. However, what is the effect of the freezing cold on Space1 equipment for launching Safety Rockets?

Temperature is a concern during conventional space launches. NASA showed the world that launching in freezing temperatures with rubber O-rings on the SRB solid rocket boosters was a condition to avoid, when the space shuttle Challenger blew up.

How does temperature effect Space1 systems? The Safety Rocket does not use rubber o-rings but does contain other systems. How do these systems perform under winter conditions? Can we launch space tourism rockets in the cold winter, from more polar vantage points? What is the limit of cold for space launches? And if the design for winter launches is a go, what are the advantages in doing so?

The system can be divided into the rocket, launch system, space capsule, space suit, and avionics. The rocket has engines, the capsule has cameras and windows plus a pressure related environment, and the space suit has electronic and mechanical sensors.

More testing is needed for the engines to record and study performance under freezing temps. Electronics have posted operating temperature ranges. However, it becomes necessary to fully understand the way a sensor operates.

The sensor that uses heat cannot exceed the specs for ambient temperature, such as the accelerometer. The pressure detector will be affected by temperature. Cameras may have windows and lenses that frost over. Thawed ice on components, with conductive dust or lint contamination, may short circuit, so keeping items sealed in a clean environment is required. Humidity control is important. The case for engines and dry weather is to avoid static electricity which can cause engines to ignite prematurely and parts to have spontaneous combustion.

Sensors related to limits of their thermodynamic environments and vibration will be studied. Numerous unmanned test flights are scheduled after the Madonna Concert during winter of 2016.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Space1 Space Suit

Work on the Space Suit will increase
For security reasons, the actual space
suit cannot be shown. 

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:


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.