With the merging of 19 high technology companies and numerous space laboratories, Space1 quickly became one of the world's most powerful and advanced private industry rocket space programs for space tourism.
Many people have asked regarding the wherabouts of Humanoido's companies, before, during and after the Big Brain machine transitional era. This is a review of multiple mergers.
Nineteen known Humanoido' companies are now merged with Space1 and have directly contributed to the establishment of all sixteen Power Telescopes, the Power Telescopes book, the extended set of Extreme Machines, advanced international laboratories, a Big Brain machine intelligence life form, and the rapid development and escalation of technology advancement in the S1 space program. A list of companies and a summary of their functions and contributions are presented below.
The first Micro Space Program
Micro Space Technologies releases its rocket space flight information and data from years of many spacecraft designs and space flights to Space1. MST launched the first life forms into space during 2010, performed experiments and developed micro craft.
Next Space Technologies provides space flights, vital space related information and space program test data, inclusive of various space devices, a very large space telescope and spaceflight mapping controls for the next level of space altitude research and space missions. NST was the first organization to employ Mega Projects to achieve manned Next Space altitudes to explore space and included paid rides on a space elevator and mega project to achieve a space mission experience in Next Space, above Mainland China. Photo shows a space view going upwards above Shanghai.
Near Space Technologies is providing information regarding its many contracted flights into near space and the development of equipment such as a space telescope and digital information flight navigation control system. NST set its own manned altitude records going many miles into space.
4 - Big Brain (Intelligent Machine Life Form Initiative)
The Big Brain Initiative provides data from five years of space exploration, machine intelligence and microprocessor technology. Beginning the multi-processor projects in 2002, a handful of computing microprocessors grew into the current 240,000 machine processors and has achieved life and supercomputer status. The Big Brain was and still is the focus of space exploration and many projects of specific design and purpose. The Big Brain coauthored a scientific paper and was hired by Space1 Industries, a space tourism venture, in 2014.
The AI Supercomputer Center is providing and managing a massive digital Big Brain supercomputer with 240,000 processors, which is semi cognizant, for rocket flight simulations and management, power telescope control & management, and project designs. The Big Brain Supercomputer is a massive intellectual life form capable of performing thousands of tasks and jobs in fields of high technology, make discoveries, and explore the Universe leading to a greater cause.
6 - HRG Humanoid Robotics Group
HRG Humanoid Robotics Group develops humanoid helpers and provides large scale and advanced humanoids for space flight evaluation. Around 2005, HRG moved its headquarters to Asia for humanoid development. Two areas needing research and development are various energy sources and a big brain. HRG chose to develop the big brain which received the greatest attention at the Taiwan Robotics Expo in 2015 where every humanoid was lacking a big brain.
7 - HRL Humanoid Robotics Laboratory
HRL is a robotics laboratory developing humanoid helpers, artificial intelligence software, robot designs, autonomous systems, electronic speech, and humanoid kits. HRL exists in multiple countries across the world.
O&O Observatory provides cutting edge technology in astronomy, AI machine intelligence, computer programming and computing, artificial life forms, thermodynamic equalizers, voice synthesis, speech recognition, construction of glass and alternate materials optics & electric grinding machines, telescopes, ccd imaging, astronomical observing of phenomena and selected objects, cartography, mechanics, robotics, remote technologies, cyber space telescopes, observation techniques, OPTICS language invented, astronomical dome design & construction, and advanced observatory systems.
Located Internationally across the world, United Humanoido Laboratories is dedicated to expanding and understanding the frontiers of cutting edge science and technology. It includes a large array of laboratories, each with a specific design purpose. For more information, refer to the link below with a labs list. The first lab was built in the 1950s. Labs were maintained and developed over a half century.
10 - DSC Deep Space Center
The DSC Deep Space Center is providing data, resources and space information. It controls tracking and guidance in deep space. Reviews include spacecraft and flight control panels and instrumentation derived from advanced space telescope systems. The DSC is the center for Telescope control, imaging, data management, archive, operations, exploring and making discoveries in deep space.
The ULTRA Space Center is a place where operations control the largest and most advanced Telescopes in the Big Brain Machine Initiative's arsenal. These are sixteen Power Telescopes. The new ULTRA Space Control Center GGT Division initially handled eight telescopes including the ULT, NULT, GT, PGT, MGT, PGT-ET, PDT and GGT.
Telescope Control System Bridge
Telescope Control System Wrap Around
12 - USA ULTRA Space Administration
The USA Ultra Space Administration offers its resources to SpaceOne, providing the international location, offices, equipment resources, parts supply, and access to the supercomputer and company support. Ultra space includes the ULTRA telescope and related projects.
Whisper Radio Station, maker of radio transmitters, has provided FM radio transmitters and electronics for use in transmitting rocket telemetry during spaceflight or range finding during recovery for Space1.
Space Telescope Industries is supplying its own space telescopes, adjunctive components in space, and NASA partnered space technology worth about a trillion dollars. STI invents and designs the Adjunctive technology that makes power telescopes in space possible. It has invented a way to recycle NASA waste and obsolete parts into trillions of dollars worth of new equipment capable of making new discoveries and exploring space farther and deeper into space than anyone previously thought. STI is responsible for the development of some of the most innovative and unique telescopes ever created in history.
15 - Earth Control Center
A consortium to control, manage, observe and collect data about objects in space. Includes natural occurring objects and man-made objects, plus space craft, space stations, space devices, energy machines, and rockets from Space1.
16 - Big Brain & NASA Partnership
The Big Brain partnered with NASA to gain access to equipment in space for recycling. Taking advantage of recycling and inventing new methods, allowed for the creation of new telescopes in space. With access to a trillion dollars worth of parts, this opened up a new era and the path to immense discovery over a three to five year period.
All the technology garnered over 7 to 9 years involving the highest levels of developed astronomical space technology, activity, and techniques were passed over to Space1 in a company type merger. OTM, a technical publication distributed in 55 international countries, covers high technology software, hard core science, unusual experiments, hardware, observatories, telescopes, astronomical techniques, the Universe, celestial events, new discoveries, hands on DIY astronomy, astronomical imaging, Charge Coupled Devices, CCD cameras, and the equipment necessary to perform precision work. Spotlighting leaders in the field, demonstrating new cutting edge technology, and reviewing vendor equipment.
RDT began before the early shuttle test era and included the materials purchasing, funding, design, construction, testing, and rocket launches over a period of several decades. Design and construction also included electrical rocket launch towers. Successful projects included CAM rockets, multiple staging rockets, rocket tracking, multiple motor rockets, payload rockets, and scale rockets. RDT paved the way for Space1 rocket tourism, Space1's first large test rocket, and the invention of the world's first safety rocket. A story about the test rocket was published in Space1 magazine. The early phase of the venture included work developing rocket fuel, rocket designs, and a project to build a jet chemical fueled engine. The early RDT had a complete rocket lab which included technology sections for chemistry, radio electronics, astronomy, microscopy, technical books library, weather station, camera imaging with rockets & microscopes, darkroom, film & plates processing/ development/ enhancement, developer/stop bath/fixer chemical design/mixing & usage, solar sepia intonation printing, digital image processing (VIP), parts inventory, special cold soldering station, refractor telescope for astronomical investigation, a super vehicular development program, model making/ design/ testing, jet craft, engine/ craft, and numerous other scientific endeavors. The program included a chemical fueled rocket and black powder engine rockets. Like a science fiction story from Jules Verne, a special rocket, the D1, was science fact and mechanically launched/ propelled with a unique and renewable source of stored potential and released kinetic energy.
Co-founders Humanoido & Big Brain, founded prior to October 28, 2011, designed, studied, created unique and unusual optical designs and made working prototypes for phenomena investigation. Various optical inventions included water drop telescopes, multiple lens telescopes, the world's first autonomous intelligent morphing mirrors, creation of optics design software, and various optical instruments, telescopes and machines.
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