Sunday, January 31, 2016

Space1 Programming Rockets

Not everything in the technical world of rockets and computers has numerical code programming. By definition,  instructions written by a programmer in a programming language are often called source code. In the case of Space1 and the Safety Rocket, as well as the Rocket Space Plane RSP, programming is induced non-numerically.

To hard program the RSP for example, a flight path is created by adjusting the plane's dimensions and attributes, as well as flight parameters. This can include free fall and gliding velocity, weight and balance, trim, positions of ailerons and tail, attitude, wind and direction, and additional flight parameters.

For example, a glider can be hardware programmed to take an autonomous spiral glide flight return path to the Earth without the interactions of intelligent man or machine.


Saturday, January 30, 2016

Space1 Secret Rocket Space Plane

Illustration - early concept rocket space plane at the fringe of troposphere space - NASA
Little has been released about Space1's secret rocket space plane. Blogs at the Big Brain web site rarely touched topic with space planes. (see Mini Space Shuttle

Project RSP has remained in development a number of years and includes the design of space planes that will be taken to the outer fringes of special space by a powerful Space1 rocket, then clamp released for an exciting journey back to the Earth. RSP at this time is designed as a "pre-programmed" aerodynamic glider with enough energy to navigate back to a predesignated landing port. It's anticipated that E-pilots will fly the wind-swept craft taking tourists on a thrilling roller coaster type ride for the greatest Adrenalin rush. Space1 has built two test rocket space planes which are hangar-kept and awaiting their maiden voyages, perhaps sometime in 2016.
From birth to mothballs - NASA flew the shuttle from 1981 through July 21, 2011

The rocket space plane RSP is fully reusable and is designed as cold craft not reaching excess temperatures that the NASA space shuttle experienced during reentry. Thus, the RSP doe not require expensive and dangerous tiles. Manufacturing costs are kept minimal, ensuring nominal cost to space tourists.

Big Brain Designs Outpost In Space
Developing a Tiny Space Station Complete With A Tiny Space Shuttle
Space Telescope
New USA Space1 Rocket Lab

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Space1 Touring Time

Time can change from one space location to another. Making time viewable and tourable is one goal at Space1.

Introduction To Tourable Time
In space, there are many fantastic touring sites of grandiose proportions, such as giant planets, cratered moons, and other solar system objects like mineral rich asteroids, messenger comets from the galaxy, and historical spacecraft dating back to the 1950s. Also existing are many special objects, like the blazing solar magnetosphere, the colorful and changing auroras, grand geysers of spewing ice, shooting stars, strange space bubbles, and the very essence of time.

Touring time is a new concept invented by humanoido of Space1. Space1 has a space lab in which time is studied and investigated. Generally, time is in motion, and can flow at varying rates. Space1 is studying the use of time to extend the length of space tourism and now become an object of tourism. There are different types of time. It can be a relative flux factor, relative to position, gravity, velocity, and the unfolding or folding of natural occurring events. The key factor in touring time is the ability to observe it as elemental and referential, viewing discerning and definable differences from other types of time.

Exactly what will be viewable and tourable in the zones of time? - watching the bending and shaping of time, seeing the change in the rate of time flowing, observing time slow down or speed up, watching the event time line unfold thus modified by changeable time, or discover new forms of time such as shifting timelines and the causality effects of objects such as gravity wells and the folding fabric of space-time? Perhaps it will be viewable outside of time portals at places where all time has stopped, which may be tourable in special ways. Space1 will continue to scientifically investigate, study, and experiment with the potential realm of tourable time.


Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Space1 Touring Clouds through the Troposphere

TOURING CLOUDS During the Near Space Program NSP conducted by Humanoido and the Big Brain, the space craft traveled up to the clouds, entered into and passed through the clouds, and emerged above on top of the clouds during a space journey through the Troposphere. Throughout various space flights, over 70 cloud images were taken for study and examination. As the cloud type can determine the altitude of a rising space craft, the observations can be very important.

Space tourists taking the Space1 safety rocket transport into space may have the opportunity to enjoy a great variety of cloud types and by memorizing their shapes, a space traveler might know the general rocket distance from the Earth when moving through the upward Troposphere journey.

0-2kM Temperate Zone
0-2kM Tropics Zone
Stratus, Stratocumulus, Cumulus*, Towering Cumulus**, Cumulonimbus*, Towering Cumulonimbus**, Nimbostratus*, Fog
*   Can extend into medium level
** Can extend high level

2-4 kM Temperate Zone
2-7 kM Tropics Zone
Altostratus, Altocumulus, Nimbostratus*
* Can exist in low level

3-8 kM Temperate Zone
5-14 kM Tropics Zone
Cirrus, Cirrocumulus, Cirrostratus, Towering Cumulus*, Towering Cumulonimbus*, Contrails
* Can exist in low level

Cloud Identification During "Near Space" Flights


Friday, January 22, 2016

Space1 Letters from the Founder

Effective today we'll begin presenting approved Space1 letters from our supporters, members, and the founder of Space1. These will provide inside information, updates and disclose many of the inner workings of Space1 space tourism, rockets, equipment, schedules and developments. Some previous letters may be declassified.

Space1 Date 01.22.16
From the Founder of Space1

I decided to fly into Hong Kong to buy the necessary computers and equipment for space1. So I'll be gone a short time to make these acquisitions and return to international home base, probably in about a week. It will be a good time as well to hold a space development meeting, which I have now scheduled, and check on the operations of our HK rocket launch spaceport. I think the President will attend for discussion about expanding space1, its support, and its ongoing development in space tourism. If members of Space1 have free-use Line active on their smart phones and the IDs, I might be able to provide updates about space1 during the flight, depending on the time structure, or use it for other real time and latent space purposes.

Founder - Space1 


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Space1 Listening to Rockets

You can listen in to Space1 rockets by constructing your own DIY equipment. Space1 rockets vary their frequency on a regular basis based on particular missions, tests, and space rocket launches. Currently we are conducting rocket telemetry tests with new systems in the HF radio spectrum.

For example, future telemetry of interest may be in the form of camera motion pictures and images showing tests, the interior or exterior of rockets, the receding Earth during rocket launches, and the environments during reentry and recovery.

How To DIY
To find the right frequency, use of an auto scanning frequency receiver will lock onto the signal. A large directional gain rotation antenna will tune in the carrier band much better. Output can be your choice of PAL or NTSC to a video monitor to show real time events. We often use sound as a component of the transmission. You might hear the roar of a rocket engine during a test. As events unfold, a capture board can save the data. For a home brew system on a budget, you can build your own DIY antenna from a small recycled satellite TV Dish. You can get some ideas from this little itty bitty radio telesscope.


Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Space1 Rocket Tracking

The founder of Space1 has invented a method of tracking rockets without GPS or Beacons. This is a unique way to utilize existing rocket components and track the rocket, voiding the necessity of complicated multi-process GPS tracking, or the heavy weight of a specific tracking beacon. The system does not require any extra parts as the rocket telemetry is combined with the rockets ground station to provide a real time earth visual throughout the flight.

As reentry takes place, the V part of the telemetry is transmitted back to the GS ground station which shows exactly where the rocket is located per unit time. According to the system calculus, the rate of change is qualitative analyzed, not quantitative. The simplicity and reliability of this system is within the incorporation into the rockets already existing telemetry package. Data is sent to the ground station for resolution. As the system uses existing parts and components, no GPS or complicated systems are used.


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Space1 Rocket Ground Station

The future of small ground support stations   Source
The founder of Space1 has designed a new rocket tourist ground station.  The ground station handles rocket inspection, the flight of the rocket and ensures proper recovery.

GS, Space Ground Station, handles the rocket telemetry, locks onto the air born signal automatically, provides a recording station of flight details, has multiple channels,  provides a real time video and audio monitoring of the data and the astronauts condition inside the rocket and/or views external to the rocket for inspection and tracking.

The ground station has it's own power source so it's mobile. A mobile ground station can operate from a moving vehicle whether it be a car, truck or van, or it can remain at a static location. After space flight, the Ground Station can be processed for the data it holds. GS is easily moved to multiple space ports. It can also be passed from one ground controller to another.


Monday, January 18, 2016

Space1 Rocket Size

Space1 - the future of space travel is here! As we move forward to launching our first man into space, thus kickstarting space tourism and opening the door to space travel in a new way, we examine the ramifications of the size of rocket launch vehicles. Are larger rockets dangerous? What are the costs? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Is bigger always better?

Left to right: SLV-3, ASLV, PSLV, PSLV-CA, PSLV-XL, GSLV,
LVM3-X, Human figure for scale (1.8m tall).  SOURCE

Does Size Matter? Bigger is not always better. Indeed the news not only for India but the rest of the world is a patterned trend for larger vehicles with more lifting capacity. At the surface of a money hunger grabbing game, more lift capacity generally indicates more money when taking more weight into space.

However "more" is dangerous, and requires more dangerous fuel, is more costly, takes more manpower to develop and handle, takes more years to design, needs more money in the millions and billions of dollars, needs a huge number of risky tests, and a long construction time plus danger with infinite risk factor. With more, more people will die.

Space1 does not follow this trend. We are not money hungry, money grabbing mongers. Simple, and less, is better. It's safe, costs significantly less, uses less manpower, development time is less, construction takes less time, systems can be more simple and more reliable, and people will not die.

As we move forward in 2016, after two full years of operations (Space1 was founded in January 2014), we are about to realize the biggest dream in mankind's history, and take our first space tourist into space using a paradigm of all new technology. Plus, we are the only space program in the world with the Safety Rocket.

India To Shift Toward Launching Bigger Space Missions In 2016


Saturday, January 9, 2016

Space1 DARA


DARA of Space1 has completed tests for phase 1 of the Fundamental Space Three Dimensional Systems Study. The systems study is the precursor to possible new space rocket suit technology, the potentiality of HUD heads up displays, and a rocket system that may usher in a new era of space tourism. Successful tests reveal that a calibration of mapping is primary for a successful system and spectroscopic quality for proper functioning is a prerequisite. Space1 is delighted to have Dara on the rocket team.

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Friday, January 8, 2016

Space1 Space Weather Station

LEFT: A deadly space storm of protons and radiation particles slammed into SOHO's LASCO C3 imager within 15 minutes of a flare on May 17, 2012. 

SPACE1 has its own local Earth weather station to study and examine the Earth's atmospheric conditions, changing weather patterns and parameters for rocket launch and astronomy. But is this enough for space tourism?

Now SPACE1 has created a Space Weather Station, and added the Space Weather division - joining forces with the astronomical observatory laboratory, which monitors space weather for space travel.

Space weather includes the rain of particles from space and the Sun. This may include flares, supernova, solar wind, cosmic rays, heavy neutrons, protons, xrays, gamma ray bursts, and other harmful particles. These harmful particles may effect space walks, ejectables, electronics, processors, sensitive equipment, nano devices, and craft such as drop satellites and other devices. Predicting space weather is an important part of space tourism.

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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Space1 Q&A Space Paper SP

The buzz is all about newly invented Space Paper (SP). We queried the inventor of Space Paper to gain more insight about this remarkable material.

Q - Why was Space Paper invented?

A - SP was invented primarily for strong, lightweight, exoskeletons to be used inside the Safety Rocket and spacecraft systems.

Q - Who has Space Paper (SP)?
A - Only we have it at Space1. There's actually several materials in addition to SP that are unique to our labs.

Q - Who invented SP?
A - The Founder of Space1

Q - What does it take to invent such a material?

A -  A strong history of invention and materials development, with backgrounds of Chemical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Advanced Laboratory, etc.

Q - Where is it made?
A - At Space1 Rocket Lab

Q - What does the inventor say about SP?
A - "I just got lucky with my schooling, the jobs I worked in manufacturing, materials, robotics, and being in the right place at the right time."

Q - Is testing completed?
A - The study and tests with SP will continue. Space1 has accepted it for construction of the things needed inside the rocket.

Q - What are some uses of SP?
A - SP was invented primarily for exoskeletons to be used inside the rocket and spacecraft systems. It's also useful for strong but lightweight rocket bulkheads and may be incorporated into many other areas of drop satellites and spacecraft/spaceplanes. It will be useful for the space crew compartments, cockpit design, and structures requiring form, strength, and light weight. Plus the bonus is heat and cold resistance. This will be useful in the heated parts of the rocket, near the massive engine ejection mecha where hot searing gases permeate. It can also be used as shield material in rocket sections, where a heat shield is required. SP may become the next heat shield on the safety rocket. Other potential apps exist. SP could be used as a mount, cushioning the back side of a space telescope mirror. It could hold solar cells for our future space station and make up the structure of its walls.

Q - What about rocket reentry?
A - Our rocket reentry is slow, and no high 2,000 degree temperatures are generated like NASA's space shuttle return, which required heavy (due to the large number and thickness) protective ceramics. So SP will fit perfect our advanced but simple systems.

Q - How can SP be used outside of the rocket?
A - For space walks, SP could shield the Sun, and insulate from the coldness of space.

Q - Can SP help astronuts?
A - Impregnated SP could shield astronuts from harmful xrays, cosmic rays, solar wind, radiation, and other dangerous particles. It's possible rocket suits will be made of both stiff and flexible SP. SP could be worked into a super material, for invincibility. This might be valuable for Ejectables super hero persona undergoing stress and force.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Space1 Invention Space Paper

Chemical foundation formula during the derivation of Space Paper
The founder of Space1 has invented Space-Paper. The board of directors say SP is the greatest thing to come along at the space agency since the invention of Safety Rocket. What makes this space paper so special?

Space Paper (SP) was developed over a two year period. Our scientists were looking to develop a new material for rocket propulsion that was nearly weightless, strong enough to use in the construction of exoskeltons, and inexpensive for keeping the cost of space tourism to something which everyone could afford.

The new investment division for SP was created overnight for a new form of robotics, e.i. humanoid robots whose primary composition is a derivative of super light weight chemically modified cellulose (see basic chemical formula attached).

Space1 Space-Paper is a material that's safe and fireproofed using the Lab's established fireproofing technology, and light weight enough to become prime construction material not only for humanoid machines and artificially created intelligent life forms for engagement in rocket travel, but the actual components of the rocket, such as bulk heads.

SP can be manufactured cheaply, extruded, rolled, folded, cut, trimmed, drilled, joined, sized, imprinted, scaled, printed, stored, frozen, heated, and integrated.

SP is tested to hold up to at least 27 Gs. Structural analysis shows SP may withstand much higher stresses of G force and vibration than limit tests have shown. This is because the maximum G force test had a peak of 27 Gs. SP has grain - super strong in X which is the rocket component needed during space flight.

A five pound piece of conventional humanoid robot now becomes less than .1 ounce. This is 800 times lighter - a super light weight humanoid robotics material will change the robotics of space travel and reduce the cost of space flight significantly at Space1, thereby passing the savings onto space tourists, helping to make space flight low cost and affordable to all.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Space1 Nano Supercomputer

Tower of Power - The old Spark Supercomputer machine, illustrated above, was built by humanoido and is the forerunner of Space1's Nano Super Computing machine. By comparison to the new nano supercomputer, the Spark was a massive tower of computing and controlling power.

For the new nano, a mesh construction has up to one million processors and 32,000 controls. The nano computer will take up residence at the corporate Space1 location in the USA and has options to command the launch control center, the rocket laboratory, and the space research facility to run advanced experimentation in space and time. The nano space super computer will also be used to conduct quantum research as applied to space travel.

Space1 has designed a powerful new nano supercomputer, also known as the nano super space computer. Plans are moving forward in the design for construction using parallel dimensioned multi-core chips, thus creating a new nanoized supercomputer installation in the USA.

The design for the new supercomputer has a much smaller footprint than many super computing machines created at Humanoido Labs, and it will offer portability for non-permanent rocket sites that are moved around.

Uses for the new Space1 Nano Super Computer at the USA location may include weather, analysis, rocket flight, track, monitor, extrapolate, interpolate, integrate, design, statistics, and hard core cutting edge research. Part of this is the exploration of the machine in creating a new kind of intellectual machine mind.

This design begins at Humanoido Labs with a ten modular NANO mainframe design using expanded 8 Parallel Dimensioned core ICs wired into a mainframe mesh of 10x8x125 = 10,000 processors per Mesh.

Each Space Mesh can control a significant part of the interface realm, enabling true functioning nano intelligence. A ten Mesh device with ten thousand processors will enable 320 real world point control. For each 100 Mesh, 3200 items can be controlled with 100,000 processors. Expanded to 1K, the machine will control 32,000 objects and contain a million computing processors.

10 Mesh - 10,000 Processors, 320 controls
100 Mesh - 100,000 Processors, 3,200 controls
1000 Mesh - 1,000,000 Processors, 32,000 controls

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Friday, January 1, 2016

Space1 Space Romance

Space1 tours in space, for the first time in history, plan to introduce romance in space. In the past, the technical nature of space flight, the uncertainly, complexity and the dangers precluded the principle enjoyment of a couple's romance.

Now for the first time, Space1 and the Safety Rocket can introduce a romantic space tour package for couples wanting to tour space in ways never experienced before.

We will provide a special private and romantic rocket chamber decorated with the subtle romantic elements of a love ride in space. A crew com- partment for two, will com-
pliment the Safety Rocket, and touring sites will be selected for a romantic setting in space. Space rides will be ideal for romantic space flings, engagements, marriages and engaging in exotic space love - cameras are optional.

Book your early romantic rocket flights with your loved one and reserve a place to shoot towards the Moon and romantic scintillating stars some starry starry night.

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Space1 Time


Space1 has a big interest in time, to attempt to slow it down, or extend it, thus increasing the length of space tourism.

Time in a Bottle

The study of time is more than interesting. As Einstein pointed out, time is a thing, a dimension, an element. Therefore time that has passed still exists somewhere.

Where did it go? If we can find time that has passed, could it be added to existing time to increase its length? Time can also be dilated. Moving clocks run slow when accelerated faster than a tenth the speed of light.

The objective is to slow down time during Space1 tourism
Intense gravity will cause a clock to run slow causing it to time travel when returned to its relative point of origin.

Can any of these techniques in time work for slowing down space tourism? We think time can slow down for space tourism, but will use another approach.

There's the time in a bottle approach. We want to put the existing time experience of a space tour into a bottle and then stretch that bottle, thus stretching the fabric of time at the same time, simultaneously. This is a technique different from traveling at speeds near light travel, or undergoing the juxtaposition of a gravity well.

Albert Einstein defined time
The advantages of stretching time will cause a space tour to increase in length, last longer, and it will allow the space tourist to take in more sites, places, and events.

How will we stretch the the bottle of events, thus growing the fabric of space and time?

How can we fit time into a bottle? Can Jim Croce's Time In A Bottle apply to space tourism? Space1 is currently developing methods to extend time, making one moment in time last a longer time. Goals may be time extenders at 2x, 3x, ... 10x. Key to a working solution is time in a bottle.

Singer song-writer Jim Croce, in the 1970s, lyrically pointed out the romantic value of saving time in a bottle, making days last forever.
Time in a Bottle - Jim Croce

"Time in a Bottle" is a hit single by singer-songwriter Jim Croce. Croce wrote the lyrics after his wife Ingrid told him she was pregnant with his son, Adrian, in December 1970.

The romance of space tourism is an upcoming part of Space1's great adventure in space. Stay tuned for more.

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