Thursday, July 27, 2017

Space1 New Space Worlds

Space1 tourists will gaze on new realms of space
Space1 will launch rockets off this world towards new space realms
SPACE1 NEWS JULY 2017
FANTASTIC NEW SPACE WORLDS
Space1 has introduced discoveries and developments of at least eleven new space worlds

This has become a fantastic year for Space1 in the discovery of new space to explore. As Space1 is fast becoming one of the most spectacular providers of suborbital space flight tours for a different kind of space tourism experience, the offerings of space tourism within these new regions of space have become mind boggling. The benefit are to space tourists, in exploring these relatively unknown types of space.

Let's take a rundown of what we've discovered so far and provide the links to their discovery pages. To recap, first we developed the Rotational Space Dimension to expand our space industry operations and testing. Next, we discovered the Outer Rim, a place at the limit of our rocket technology, followed by the discovery of many Rim Extensions which are defined by Polynomial Space equations in the Space Realm. This leads to a Multiplicity Expanse and a New Realm. Humanoido also discovered Polynomial Space Domains and through their roots and terms, leading to New Extensions. These can be summed Polynomial Space for Summation Space.

These are eleven new worlds recently discovered by July 2017 and are being introduced into Space1 space travel missions. For more information, refer to the links.

New Worlds
Rotational Dimension
Space Realm
New Realm
Outer Rim
Polynomial Space
Multiplicity Expanse
Warp
Polynomial Space Domains
Rim Extensions
New Extensions
Summation Space
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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Space1 Polynomial Warp Space Flight


Warping Space Flight Through Polynomial Root Equations

Want to warp your space time travel in a real course to your ship's Multiplicity Rim to gain added spectacular space tourism coverage?

A number of polynomial space flights can be defined in reference to the multiplicity of space rims. The flight trajectory can be warped by defining the real roots of the polynomial space flight equation. The graph example shows a space time bending near (-2,0).

In the charts above and below, the factor and root defines the type of space path as plotted. As seen, the four types of space path include Pass Through Space, Squiggle Pass Through Space, Bounce or Touch Space, and finally Flatter Space.

Keep in mind some forms of the polynomial factor and root result in a space time path that may backtrack towards the original path.


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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Space1 Polynomial Space Realm

POLYNOMIAL SPACE is what remains to be explored through space tourism



















 






























The origin of Polynomial Space is derived from limits of the Outer Rim, space mutifolds and a multiplicity of smaller polynomial rims known as the Polynomial Space Realm.

While Space1 has defined the Outer Rim in a maximus ultimatum, there exists a multiplicity of polynomial vector space. 

Refer to the illustration for defining Polynomial Space. Polynomial Space can have a number of terms defining its self rim. The terms define the integration of space and time. Included in this space integration are Monomial Space consisting of one term, Binomial Space with two terms, Trinomial Space with 3 terms and Polynomial Space when there are more than 3 terms. In some cases, Polynomial Space will add together to determine a new rim. See the illustrations for defining and adding polynomials.

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Monday, July 24, 2017

Space1 Outer Rim

For the first time in history, Space1 tourists on new ships will reach the Outer Rim






















































Space1 has established the boundaries of its space program known as the Outer Rim. For the first time, Space1 is announcing missions to reach the Outer Rim!

Space missions will include the space previously defined as a limiting space barrier in terms of distance and other special parameters. 

New innovations in Space1 technology and space craft design make travel and tourism to the Outer Rim now possible. Ships that are new need no modifications and craft will have more safety components for temperature variances at the duration of the missions. This is the first pubic announcement of the Outer Rim and the capabilities to reach its perimeter during tourism. This will create longer tourism missions and open up new vistas through observation portals.

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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Space1 Data Cards

SPACE CARDS FOR DATA
Space1 is testing a number of data cards for retention and transmission of data including images and video. Data is acquired via rockets, drones, quads, hexes, cameras and flight instruments.

Two 16 Gb Micro Pro SD HC Class 10 from China
Tests were first performed successfully on two tiny China brand cards from China, 16Gb Micro Pro SD HC Class 10 cards rated at up to 90MB/s for full HD recording. Initially these two cards will be flown on the top two Space1 Chaser Drones for Safety Rocket inspections prior to and during missions. These cards worked fine when inserted into the Transcend USB 3.0 card reader model TS-RDF8W made in China and mounted quickly when fed by a USB port to an Apple iMac, circa (c) 2011 running 4GB 1333 Mhz DDR3 and Mac OS 10.6.8. These cards are MS-DOS (FAT32) formatted. The cards have 1.8Mb used and 15.93Gb available each. These cards also work on SD card adapters, fit the iMac, and mount to the desktop without use of the Transcend USB 3.0 card reader. The size of these cards are probably overkill for the Chaser Drone with two batteries, each of which may last 8 to ten minutes. See Drone Data below. These cards, with no adapters, are only $7.99 from China sources.

Two 8 Gb MicrosdHC UHS-I Class 10 from Transcend made in Taiwan
Both of these cards came with full SD card adapters, just insert the micro sd card and it fits into the computers full SD card slot, and it immediately mounted to the desktop as a drive. No card reader was necessary. Cost was reasonable for all cards and the supplier source has additional size cards 16Gb and 32GB. These cards are MS-DOS (FAT32) formatted and have 1.84Mb used on the disk with 7.84Gb
available. These cards are $10.99 with the card adapter at Amazon or $7.55 ea. in Taiwan.

Drone Data
Chaser Drone data storage required for video: per a youtube video, the measured eight minutes of recorded HD video (1280×720@20fps) occupies about 270MB on the camera’s micro SD card. Use the smallest 8Gb cards for multiple record sessions. These drones accept cards up to 32Gb, hence the FAT32 card format.

Chaser Drone Card Capacity
Cards in the FAT32 format are up to 32Gb.

Card Readers Made in China
Two Transcend card readers were purchased locally in Taiwan, one for USB 3.0 and the other for USB 2.0. The newest standard is a Transcend USB 3.0 Super Speed Multi-Card Reader for SD, SDHC, SDXC UHS-I, SDXC, SDXC UHS-I, MICROSD, MICROSDHC, MICROSDHC, MICROSDHC UHS-I, MICROSDXC, MICROXDSD UHS-I, COMPACTFLASH, MEMORYSTICK. The card reader reads yo ti 130 MB/s and writes at 95 MB/s, The item number TS-RDF8W and costs $18.07 at USA Amazon pricing or $14.70 in Taiwan.

The older format is a Transcend P8 15-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader TS-RDP8W White $13.26 at USA Amazon pricing or $10.58 in Taiwan. It reads SD, SDXC, MMC, Memory Stick, MicroSD, microSDHC and CompactFlash. Data transfer rates are 480MB/s. It comes with a cable that plugs into USB on a computer.

Built In Card Reader
Note, a carder reader is built into an Apple iMac, circa (c) 2011 running 4GB 1333 Mhz DDR3 and Mac OS 10.6.8. Look on the side of the monitor.

Micro Card Storage
Tiny micro sd cards are easily lost. They store well in the original snap lock clear plastic packages from Transcend, but even these are too small and can become lost. A shoe box works well for storage. The cards also can be kept inside the micro sd adapters, inside the card reader, and inside the card slot on the Chaser Drone.

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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Space1 Electric Engine

Space1 Chief Executive Humanoido has given a directive to begin, effectively immediately, a new summer core project changing the fuel of the rocket fleet, which currently contains powerful cyanic compounds that may combust under excessively hot conditions, to that of a cool electric and more safe EM design engine. The EM engines will cluster the rocket minimally to safely propel it skyward at reasonable Gforce. Minimal G forces will lessen the requirements on the astronauts space suit while providing a smoother ride for tourists.

The new fleet will contain electric engines rather than black powder motors used by most rockets currently in boosters today. Black powder is a combustible fuel that loads into the rocket, a design originating from thousands of years ago invented by the Chinese for use in war.

Electric rockets develop powerful thrust over unit time, slower impulse than black powder, but equal in terms of delivery over time. The Gforce will not have the heavy side effects of black powder and thus will create a more comfortable ride into space. "We view the use of the new electric rocket engines to be a safe way to traverse space and safely launch in places with high summer heat. Engines are versatile, reusable and can be maintained and refurbished or replaced."

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Space1 Rocket Control

As temperatures globally climb this summer season, weather makes it potentially hot enough to cause heat stroke while working or waiting on the launch pad in the sun, working during tests, and other conditions.

As a result, the necessity for a different type of mission and a more safe environmental is mandated.

One solution to the rocket control approach is the same solution achieved for telescopes in the 1970s, invented by Humanoido, particularly that of the Cyber Space Remote Controlled Telescope. See illustrations. This telescope used the internet for remote control of the observatory, inclusive of a domed enclosure, robot droids, oculars, CCD camera, database, star maps, spotting mode, and the telescope's positioning computer for the acquisition of celestial Messier and selected objects.

While control of the rocket can be achieved through internet by similar means, it's far more practical to use a localized form of remote control. One consideration is that of specialized radio. Radio is fully developed and can be controlled by a computer, controller or portable device app. Space1 is currently considering new space missions that use remote control.

Illustrations: Humanoido's original article described how to build a remote controlled Cyber Space web telescope. Digital image of the Moon captured by the author through the refracting GOTO telescope. One of the Cyber Space Telescope's control panels shows status for oculars, focal ratio, robot droids, zoom mode, reserve power and starmap in progress. Humanoido

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Space1 Rocket Fuel Study

ROCKET FUEL STUDY
Given recent Summer heat and new Space1 regulations governing space ports, exactly what is the safe storage requirement for Space1 rocket fuel?

Studying at least four elements of rocket fuel, chemical properties, stability, reactivity, polymerization, compound, volatility, decomposition, and heat storage, tests reveal storage parameters of 32 deg. to 140 deg. F. storage or 0 to 60 deg. C. As a fueled rocket waiting on the launch pad in the Summer sun could potentially exceed 140 deg. F., it will be recommended to stop operations during these conditions. It is also recommended that using a new fuel will be more safe. There are conditions of fuel transport that are unregulated which could result in anomalies. As a result, by unanimous agreement, the board of directors vote to conduct Space1 operations with both new fuel and new engines.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Space1 Tropical Space Ports

TROPICAL SPACE PORTS
Too hot to handle!

Space1 has a number of tropical space ports in 2017, located in areas of excessive temperatures. A blazing hot sun, rising searing temperatures, and areas of high humidity with a lack of wind are common in these locals. Given the rising temperatures, increases in sea temperature, and elevated localized air temperatures at and above 120 degree F. in the shade, Space1 has decided to amend its rules governing summer space launches.

International space ports in the South Pacific are often too hot to handle in the Summer for Northern Westerners coming from North America. Space1 will turn over the launches to native local residents that are more suited to handling the hot weather and where they can make decisions regarding space missions.

At the Shanghai location, official weather reports shade temperature has reached 122 degrees F. in the week of July 22. This has stopped all outside Space1 operations. Heat index values have greatly exceeded this due to the region of high humidity. Areas with Space1 spaceports hit hard by searing heat this summer include USA, Taiwan, Shanghai, Singapore, Macao, Hong Kong, and South Korea.

At the same time, USA spaceports are seeing +100 degree F. actual shade temperatures and this is predicted to climb higher during the months of July and August. The heat index is also high, reported reaching at least 112 deg. F. during July. Though rocket fuel will withstand high temperatures, it will be more safe to suspend operations. Temps in the sun can reach oven-like temperatures in excess of 140 deg. F. and ignite rocket fuel prematurely.

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Friday, July 14, 2017

Space1 President Meeting in Hong Kong 2017

Hong Kong - site for Space1 meeting on July 13th, 2017 with the President



— the meeting went well but you won't believe what happened at the airport!

Although things were busy and rushed, business was completed at the last second. We gained continued access to HK for use as a spaceport to launch rockets, confirmed our commitment to gaining new parts and components to continue various aspects of Space1 summarized as follows:

* Ten new Chaser Drones will be added to the 2017 fleet
* New rockets will be added to the Corporate Office location in Taiwan
* Five orders will be placed for modules, parts, components, electronics and crafts
* Space1 will raw manufacture component structures rather than purchase
* The Corporate Office location in Taiwan will move to a new location
* New labs will open in 2017 for electronics, robotics, optics, space, rockets, space craft

It's interesting to observe some points about the International Hong Kong Airport. It seems airports have become an entity to serve planes and not humans. For example, referring to the above two opposite direction photos of the Hong Kong International Airport, one can clearly see the walking distance is a mile or greater. This is too much for most humans and not serving efficient travel and plane transfer, more often than not exhausting the traveler and making the experience very unpleasant.

It was observed that only young travelers were traversing this sports course by sprinting, running and jogging in a stampede not unlike a cattle stampede of the USA wild west frontier in the 1800s. After the stampede of people passed, the halls were empty. It appeared many individuals were well prepared for the heavy workout, wearing jogging clothes and athletic garments.

Above: Complex airport construction is readily seen in the windows reflection of this leg of buildings.

To add to the difficulty of traversing this course, there was no air conditioning, and the horizontal transports were switched off. With no places to sit, temperatures approaching 100 degrees F., and the requirement of walking over a mile, airports have become very unfriendly and probably conducive to heat stroke, heart attack and physical exhaustion.

It wasn't just the HK airport that was unfriendly. It seems nearly all Asian flight jets have the air flow nozzles removed, and the on-board plane temperatures are jacked up to 90 deg. F. or more, often approaching 100 deg. at high humidity, making for a very unpleasant flight. Be reminded to take your own fan and filter mask for survival. A hot humid environment is a breeding ground for the flu and diseases, especially when sitting in the cramped space with 250 to 500 people.

Space1 will rethink the location of spaceports in countries beyond a certain line of demarcation, designating tropical zones of intense heat and humidity and with flight conditions relatively intolerable. International flights will be limited for the aforementioned reasons.

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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Space1 Chaser Drones

Space1 adds ten new drones to the fleet in 2017

— primarily chaser drones —

These are all new state of the art machines with the latest technology for engaging rockets in various states of aerodynamic space flight during lift off and recovery. Designed to fly deep into the Troposphere, these space flight supporting drones carry instruments capable of measuring the atmosphere and rocket conditions. Designed to assure space flight safety and support the world's first Safety Rocket, drones engage the rocket, before, during and after flight, to assess aspects of the rocket conditions. Inspection drones look at the rocket's action and the initial flight, parameters of lift off, init flight, and recovery. Chaser Drones in the fleet also foster space flight experiments to help open up new realms of space travel. Primarily programmed and functioning as Chaser Drones, they can be modified to suit other uses.

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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Space1 Rotational Dimension Space Craft

The Universe is filled with strange new unexpected realms for exploration.

Proposed RSD realm space craft
World's First Rotational Dimension Space Craft

Space1 is designing and creating the world's first Rotational Dimension Space Craft, designed for missions into the Rotational Space Dimension (RSD) realm.

Realm Expectations
When entering the RSD Realm for the first time, no one knows what to expect in the unknown. Therefore, designing the world's first rotational dimension space craft will need to embrace the unknown.

First Mission
The first mission into the realm may require a craft with testing sensors for GPS, mapping, distance, time, temperature and energy. The mission will test all the components of a Rotational Dimension Space Craft.

Craft Appearance
No one knows exactly what the craft will look like. Some interesting black box conceptional (craft compartment) craft ideas are shown in the illustration.

Realm Travel
Realm travel negates the need to monitor atmospheric levels such as ionosphere, stratosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere.

Weather Prepping
However, prepping with the day's weather statistics can be very useful, such as temperature, barometric pressure (rising or falling), dew point, temperature highs/lows, humidity, and projected time temperatures. UV and pollution indices are also useful.

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Friday, July 7, 2017

Space1 Rotational Space Dimension

1st Rotational Space Mission takes place at the capitol city of Taiwan in the Pacific Ocean
Rotational Space Dimension
Pacific Ocean Rotational Dimension Space Mission
What in the world is a Rotational Space Dimension? It may be one of the most useful types of new travel dimensions in Space1's Space program. Enter this fascinating new dimensional world where the entire flight geometry takes place in a new rotational realm!

Remember yaw pitch and roll from your rocket science class? You can still experience the same yaw pitch and roll, except your mission world has rotated within the X dimension. The X dimension can do things for you that you never imagined before!

Space1 has invented the Rotational Space Dimension (RSD), designed to test rocket components, space packages and equipment in a new dimensional rotated direction. The RSD changes the dimensional yaw pitch and roll orientation that still exist but become realigned along a rotational component.

RSD can save millions of dollars in testing and flight missions by mathematically executed  trigonometric rotation of the orthogonal-to-Earth Z-axis component by 90 degrees resulting in a parallel X geometry component.

This component is less complex for space mission testing, and modules, packages, rockets, imaging equipment, and various flight dynamics such as power supply and battery levels. Electromagnetic radiation is able to travel along this component, making less expensive testing possible. RSD missions will likely be conducted with a new type of RSD craft.

The RSD at this testing phase is interested in tests with communications packages for space flight, the parameters of reception and transmission, and the characteristics of signals. RSDs can also test flight geometries and the effects of range on missions. RSDs are additionally ideal for flight simulations along this trigonometric component.

Missions sending humans, humanoids, equipment into the new dimension will save millions of dollars - Humanoido

The RSD space components are different, for example, the altimeter becomes a downrange mechanical component sensor rather than the typical electronic vertical height sensor dependent on air pressure within the troposphere and stratosphere.

The line of sight curvature of the Earth become significant at 24 miles distance in the X direction which limits the the testing dimension to this range. The majority of testing occurs at less than 24 miles so the approach is viable. Often testing is dictated by the clearance within line of sight distances, where objects can degrade both the optical component and any tests being made in the electromagnetic radio spectrum, as with telemetry for example.

Other great benefits: RSD dimension does not violate any known airspace treaty and does not require off shore oceanic domain. Flights do not show up on radar or air traffic. Dimensional craft may access a stealth mission mode for clandestine operations to maintain anonymity. Thus, it can be effectively used around large population cities following already established rulings with complete safety and conformity to international regulations.

Testing includes special instruments to gauge the distance of the rocket package where data logging of incremental X performance is a requirement. The first RSD space mission is scheduled to occur in the Pacific Ocean, at Taipei, the capitol city of Taiwan. It's expected that several members of the Space1 team will be present to initiate the mission and observe and data log the results.

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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Space1 Digital Perambulator

DIGITAL ROTATIONAL SPACE DIMENSION PERAMBULATOR
Many new instruments and craft are needed when entering the Rotational Space Dimension.

Space1 is developing an electronic digital space perambulator DSP for use within the new Rotational Space Dimension. The DSP is the Rotational Space Dimension's equivalent of an altimeter in standard space. Altimeters determine height above sea level and rocket distance. The DSP also determines distance, and has a digital readout. It can convert from metric to imperial units and count adjusted distance. The DSP functions automatically, runs on batteries and is portable, small enough to fit a small flight bag when not in use. It will be utilized during rotation space dimension travel.

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Space1 Humanoid Robot Launch Director


Space1 Humanoid Robot Launch Director 

At the Space1 portable C3 Command Control Center, a hired humanoid “Minute-Man” is being trained and directed to launch rockets and assume the launch risk at the station near the launch pad complex. 

This is a process that requires humanoid training. Part of the job request, job requirements, and training details will include responsibility of becoming familiar with the launch controls, understanding and executing directions, codes, positioning, activating proper switches, reading lights and markings, observing colors and checkpoints, watching the sequence and launch, and knowing the timing.

Tom Humanoid is designed to be the first humanoid known to command and launch rockets at the control center. The humanoid will use a standard control center with lights and switches on the launch instrumentation control panel to launch rockets and do the countdown.

Tom can work at forces up to 19 kilogram centimeters and in environments from -10 to +50 degrees C. Tom does not require the use of infrared transmission which fails outside, but rather is controlled over WiFi to distances around 300-feet or farther.

Tom is a very capable humanoid and can move controls at a speed of .22 sec/60-deg. and is rated to 180,000 turns. Tom can speak and count down the launch. Using his embedded web and TelNet servers, he can also be activated for specific routines via the wireless controller using the Apple iPhone or iPad. For external applications, the humanoid has battery and temperature monitors.

Tom can recognize shapes and colors, and read iconic markings and codes on rockets and control panels. Tom is also upgraded to see ultrasonically when required. Tom uses the new Brain in a Brain for the most powerful AI and can also be directed solely.

The robot uses an FPV portable app controller designed and programmed by Humanoido at Space1 which contains a real time view-screen showing what the humanoid sees. This allows complete monitoring of the humanoid work station in FPV fashion.

The eyes have image capture which can record the settings of instruments and document not only the launch sequence but when the humanoid looks up, he will see the rocket takeoff, also for recording and documenting the flight.


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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Space1 Anatomy of a Space Capsule

Space1 introduces the conceptual anatomy of a space capsule

The capsule is the crew compartment where the astronauts stay most of the time. There are several main considerations and patterns about a rocket space capsule. Here are some generalizations.

1) The space capsule houses astronauts, is the location where astronauts sit during take off and landing, and is where the command captain sits to control the spacecraft
2) The capsule is generally no larger than the diameter of the rocket
3) The capsule extends from the wide diameter side to a narrow top side
4) The shape is for greater aerodynamics in penetrating the atmosphere
5) The wide base helps create drag during reentry

In Space1 rocket designs, the capsule has variations. In one variation, the astronauts do not sit at the top of the rocket. This ensures that a rough parachute landing will not disturb the most valuable cargo. The crew compartment is located farther back, closer to the middle of the rocket where strong bulk heads exist. The offers more protection to the crew compartment /capsule.

In other designs, the space capsule is at the top of the rocket where it can be ejected from the rest of the rocket and returned via its own parachute. This lessens the mass of the capsule making it lighter for a softer landing. The tourist capsule may have greater window space, and in some designs - surround windows know as picture windows, to give spectacular tourism views.

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Monday, July 3, 2017

Space1 Space Power Remote

Wearable remotes can activate into VR screens and controls
Hand held remotes can control rockets, humanoid robots, chaser drones...
Space1 continues portable programming work on an advanced Space Power Remote

The Power Remote is an amazing portable device. It can communicate with various machines such as the humanoid robot robonaut, rocket, Chaser Drone, and other devices. It gives controlling commands to launch the rocket, move and control the humanoid behavior, track telemetry, control the rocket Chaser Drone, track parameters such as flight statistics, altitude, downrange distance, and flight vehicle characteristics.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Space1 Logo History

In 2017, Space1 introduced a colorful red space logo without the upper right reflection

In 2016, Space1 introduced a rocket flame
By Mid-2017, the logo became a 3D cube
Space1 introduced a colorful logo with a backdrop of black space in 2015
In 2014, Space1 introduced the first logo, imprinted on the right side of the magazine Space1!
Space1 Logo - The evolution of Space1 Logo
 

2014
The history of the Space1 logo dates back to 2014 when the first Space1! magazine was born.  The first logo was printed at the right side of magazine's name and subtitle. The logo included the shape of a rocket patterned after our first rocket test vehicle with the traditional wide stabilization fins. This rocket was a metal canister rocket complete with a large payload section to hold humanoid robot robonauts. In back of the rocket is a round ball of lavender color representing Earth and a pink melon colored wisp of atmosphere representing the first flights into the Troposphere. The name SPACE1 is seen in front of the rocket and Earth. Near the bottom, a reflection of earth is indicative of the future of space tourism beyond the magic of suborbital flights. This logo did not contain the star background, intense coloring, or the reflective watermark to the top right.

2015
A year later in 2015, the logo evolved to stronger brighter colors with a black space backdrop. The reflective watermark image appears in the upper right of the logo depicting space time. Stars remain white, yellow, brown, green, violet and red. The atmosphere is now red and the Earth is a blue tinted color while the Moon is clearly violet. The Earth’s reflection is more enhance in the larger higher resolution image. In this view, the rocket exhaust is notably missing, not yet added until 2016. The logo was designed with colors suitable for printing on tshirts. One member of Space1 printed the logo on a white tshirt.

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/11/space1-shirt.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html

2016
In the year 2016, the logo took on new color variances thus changing the appearance, most notably the color of space. Rocket flame was added to the engine exhaust. Numerous color variations were created for effect. The watermark was retained.

FQ 2017
By 2017, an amazing two hundred variations of the logo were created. A geometry correction was introduced to the spherical proportions. Variations were produced. In one variation, the upper right reflection was removed to make the image more suitable for printing on tshirts.

A favorite logo shown is the new bright red star field logo, with red, violet, yellow, white and brown stars. This depiction show the violet Earth and Moon in the background, with the rocket now exhibiting rocket engine exhaust fire. Also seen is the Earth reflection at the bottom and the Earth’s surrounding glow of atmosphere. The logo represents Space1 rocket tourism, and the evolution of suborbital flights with an eye on the Moon and journey beyond towards the stars.

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-ground-safety.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-notes-comments.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-first-year-of-operation.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-logo-collection.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-january-2015-update.html

Mid-2017
By mid-2017, two hundred plus logo variations were depicted included added textures, artistic colors, matte surfaces, special effects, and scintillation points of radiance. The logo was even converted to a cube with logo imprinting appearing on each flat side. In another graphics experiment, the cube was made to rotate in real time using gif graphics.


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