Trevor Cooper Living In Space

Trevor H. Cooper

My name is Trevor Cooper and wel­come to my cyber space. In this space on the Inter­net, I’ll be post­ing arti­cles about liv­ing in space and every­thing else hav­ing to do with space. Of course you’ll want to hear all about my ideas for Livin­gIn­Space, but I also want your ideas too. I need your ques­tions so I know what to text about. I’d like to gather a com­mu­nity of peo­ple inter­ested in Livin­gIn­Space and make it hap­pen. I have a design for a space­ship that can be built with 6 launches.

All blog posts on this site are open for dis­cus­sion. Please feel free to com­ment and or con­tact me as well.

Here is the text to the ques­tions and answers seen in the video. The text is cleaner with more detail added.

Q Will there be beer in these HotelsInSpace?

A The six restau­rants will serve a wide vari­ety of beer wine and other alco­holic beverages.

Q What will the peo­ple do when vis­it­ing the spaceships?

A Guests will have access to the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions where sports and games will be played. One of the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions will include inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions for sleep­ing or Zero­Grav­i­ty­Sex. One of the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions will be for sports, another for games. One of the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions will be des­ig­nated for sci­ence. Two of the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions have not been decided yet but talk is for a day door allow­ing access to out­side the hotel in pri­vate vehi­cles. The first floor has 6 licensed restau­rants. We plan to cover all the walls, floor to ceil­ing, with iPad tech­nol­ogy and icons to con­nect you to the inter­net. On the sec­ond floor there are 18 loung­ing arias for rest and relax­ation in a low grav­ity expe­ri­ence. The guests sleep­ing units are also located on the sec­ond floor. There are six sec­tions on the third floor with low arti­fi­cial grav­ity for more sports and games with more loung­ing arias. Attached to the outer sur­face of the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tion will be tele­scopic equip­ment for stud­ding the stars and plan­ets. When you’re at any wall you can open icons that allow you to see what the tele­scopes are view­ing. We also plan access to the inter­net so all activ­i­ties you do in the inter­net you can do at a wall.

Q Why do the gar­dens have such low ceilings?

A At launch time the gar­dens con­tain fuel tanks and are located on the first three floors. When we raise the ceil­ing in the gar­dens we must also raise the ceil­ings on the first three floors to accom­mo­date the big­ger fuel tanks. With lots of redesign, we will make those design adjust­ments. For accu­mu­lated rea­son­ing, the floor on the fuel tanks may get mea­sured at 2.5 meters.

Q Why is the third floor left as big empty rooms?

A Again, dur­ing launch the gar­dens, con­tain­ing the fuel tanks, are located on the first three floors. The walls, beds and toi­letries on the sec­ond floor and the tables and chairs on the first floor are pack­ages for launch and dur­ing ren­o­va­tions will be moved to the loca­tion seen in the video. We left the third floor as empty rooms in the first video because depend­ing on weight restric­tions what we lift to fill these rooms will depend on what you the sub­scriber want to see on the third floor. As empty rooms there is lots of room to play but the own­ers will decide what we fill the rooms with.

Q How long can we stay in space?

A As guests, you can stay as long as the rent is paid. As own­ers you can stay as long as your own­er­ship dic­tates. Your food and drink require­ments will be lifted from Earth to sup­port your stay. How­ever, on AwayMis­sions the crew will stay until they die and their chil­dren take over. The crew on an AwayMis­sion may return to Earth, if that deci­sion is made.

Q Where did this idea of build­ing a space­ship come from?

A In 1988, I was involved in a con­ver­sa­tion about pol­lu­tion, global warm­ing, nuclear fall­out and the aster­oid that killed the dinosaurs. Dur­ing that con­ver­sa­tion, Wanda Gra­ham said she would like to build a space­ship that her chil­dren Myriha and Glenna could take to the Aster­oid Belt to mine, smelt and man­u­fac­ture liv­ing accom­mo­da­tion on loca­tion, so if any­thing hap­pened to the Earth, her chil­dren could watch it from afar. Thou it was, at that time, impos­si­ble, it became my life long goal. I began ask­ing peo­ple in the know why it was impos­si­ble and gath­ered the sci­ences that makes it pos­si­ble. Adding the 72 units is to make the adven­ture pay for itself with returns and div­i­dends as HotelsIn­Space made the dream become prof­itable for every­one who invests before we begin col­lect­ing rent.

Q Why do you feel it is pos­si­ble now?

A All we need to do is build a rocket that is shaped in a way that it can be reused after reach­ing orbit. As I looked for ways to make that dream of min­ing the Aster­oid Belt pos­si­ble, I was told that NASA was offer­ing to give their used Exter­nal Tanks, off the shut­tles, to any­one, if they could use them on loca­tion. While look­ing over the blue prints of the Exter­nal Tanks, it quickly became obvi­ous that the tanks were shaped wrong. With a few alter­ations of the design, they could be reused after reach­ing orbit. While watch­ing Daily Planet, I found the Japan­ese were build­ing a train that floated on mag­nets. This removed all fric­tion. We could wrap these train tracks around the dif­fer­ent sec­tions of the space­ships to keep them attached, able to move inde­pen­dently, yet pro­duce no fric­tion or ware, remov­ing the need for lubri­ca­tion and main­te­nance. It also became obvi­ous that if the Exter­nal Tanks were lifted to orbital veloc­ity, along with the Shut­tle, a lot of com­put­ers and equip­ment could be removed from the shut­tle and built in to the Exter­nal Tanks. Then finally to make it prof­itable and lure in investors, make the space­ship usable as HotelsIn­Space, able col­lect rent and a profit.
Robotic arms can be designed and built tough enough to mine small aster­oids cap­ture Space­Junk or release satel­lites.
The robotic arms will also be used to attach, ren­o­vate and clean the HotelsIn­Space before the first staff arrives to com­plete prepa­ra­tions.
So to make this dream come true, all we need to do is design and build rock­ets that are shaped in a way that could be reused after reach­ing orbit.

Q How would some­one make a pay­ment should they decide to invest in Tasha9503 and become own­ers of every space­ship Low in Earth’s Orbit (LEO)?

A1 Go to and click Pur­chase. From there you will find sev­eral Pay­Pal pay­ment plans, allow­ing you to buy in and own the space­ships we build.
It is no longer pos­si­ble to become the first per­son to take advan­tage of the Pay­Pal pay­ment plan. Some­one else took the biggest risk. Some­one else was first.
A2 For pur­chases over $10,000 go to and click Con­tact. From there you will find information.

Q How do we sus­tain our selves when in space?

A1 When using the space­ships as HotelsIn­Space, food, drink water and neces­si­ties, will be lifted with each guest to last the dura­tion of that stay. Just like at the ISS or in a sub­ma­rine. Air and water clean­ing and con­di­tion­ing equip­ment will be built into every floor and sec­tion of the Space­ship. Bathing and toi­letry equip­ment is avail­able in every unit.
A2 On an AwayMis­sion, past the Moon, all sup­port from Earth will be cut off except com­mu­ni­ca­tions. The space­ship will include air scrub­bers and gar­dens, water fil­ters and puri­fiers so we can breathe and eat. The space­ship has the abil­ity to move through­out our solar sys­tem, avoid­ing col­li­sions with cos­mic dust. The mini mag­ne­tos­phere will pro­tect us from solar radi­a­tion.
We will be trad­ing all our tele­scopic stud­ies with the astronomers of the world hop­ing they will find space dust that we are on a col­li­sion course with. As more and more space­ships pass the moon on AwayMis­sions they will be able to com­mu­ni­cate with the other space­ships that we built.

It is still pos­si­ble we are not able to pass the moon until after Phase 2 is com­plete, but if man did walk on the moon, we can pass the moon.

Q What type of peo­ple will invest in HotelsInSpace?

A Who will invest? 1) Peo­ple who want to receive profit shares every time we rent a room in one of our space­ships. 2) Peo­ple who want to mine Aster­oids for the riches found there. 3) Peo­ple who would like to hol­i­day in space. 4) Movie pro­duc­ers. 5) Peo­ple who want to pre­form sci­en­tific research in Zero­Grav­ity. 6) Peo­ple who would like to study the stars from the Aster­oid Belt to add to what we see from Earth pro­duc­ing a bifo­cal view. 7) Orga­ni­za­tions in the media who want to pay to have satel­lites launched at a realty reduced cost.

Q What food will the AwayMis­sion crew eat?

A1 We will con­tinue scour­ing the planet for veg­e­ta­tion that we can eat in full, root, stock and leaf. Like car­rots, beets, cel­ery, dan­de­lion, Wheat grass, flax etc. As long as we can eat the plant in its entirety we will take it along. The six gar­dens are totally sep­a­rate so we can start a spring sea­son every two month. We can also remove two of the win­ter months allow­ing us to grow enough food to feed the crew.
A2 The bugs we take to help in the pot­ting soil prepa­ra­tion aria of the gar­den­ing section.

Q Do you offer activ­i­ties out­side the space­ship such as float­ing in outer space?

A All the activ­i­ties we offer are within the pro­tec­tion of the space­ship. As long as you’re within the space­ship and land­ing craft, you are within our respon­si­bil­ity. We can pro­tect you from Solar Radi­a­tion and Space­Junk. How­ever, if you bring along your own space­suit with maneu­ver­ing capa­bil­i­ties and your insur­ance cov­ers such activ­i­ties, we will allow you to exit the space­ship. It will be totally up to you to get back to the bay doors before your space­suits life sup­port gets used up. For your safety we pre­fer you stay inside the infrastructure.

Q What about med­ical facil­i­ties and emer­gency surgery?

A We will have phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal equip­ment designed and built into the servant’s quar­ters and the next flight down will include patients. We plan to have doc­tors and assis­tance on our staff.

Q Your inten­tion to pay for part of the launch costs with a cargo ser­vice of lift­ing satel­lites is opti­mistic. 36 satel­lites lifted in six launches … who are the clients?

A I have been told of sev­eral satel­lites that were built launch ready but never launched. I have been told of other tele­vi­sion, radio and inter­net ser­vices who would like to have satel­lites launched. I believe we will have no trou­ble find­ing 6 cus­tomers per launch, with our prices so low, even if we launch once per week.
In 2009 it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satel­lite.
6 satel­lites at $7,000,000 each saves every­one money. Smaller and lighter satel­lites means room for more satel­lites. The old way of lift­ing one pay­load per launch and drop­ping the hard­ware that got them there into the ocean has got to end.

Q How do you expect to; research, engi­neer, sta­tic test, inte­grate, test launch and get approval for live loads in under 7 years (assum­ing no time needed to build con­dos) for a mon­ster rocket the likes which have never been built?

A The seven years I men­tioned is the time it would take if funds were avail­able today. The funds are not avail­able today. As the funds begin rolling in, the needed stud­ies will begin. I tell peo­ple it will take 12 years from the first sub­scriber to the first launch. The funds will become avail­able slowly at first and speed up as we get closer to launch time. If the dream of all dreams came true and $7,488,000,000 landed in our bank this week, hands and heads would move, peo­ple would be hired, the math would be cor­rected, the tests would begin, the land would be bought, roads fac­to­ries and launch pad build, taxes paid, raw mate­ri­als pur­chased and BlaBlaBla. Money makes politi­cians agree. Money is the only thing stop­ping the pro­duc­tion of these space­ships.
Hav­ing all the needed money would allow us to go from the dream to the first launch in seven years. We need six launches to pro­duce one space­ship. The time it takes to pro­duce one space­ship depends. The rock­ets will be pro­duced on a fac­tory line like an auto­mo­bile so I hope we will be pro­duc­ing them fast and furious.

Q What are your qualifications?

A2 Da Vinci designed a para­chute that 400 years later was tested and found suc­cess­ful. The Write Broth­ers did not go to avi­a­tion classes or engi­neer­ing schools. Ford had a dream. These peo­ple had access to tools and equip­ment with a des­ti­na­tion that they were will­ing to invest time and effort towards as the world laughed.
A news­pa­per printed an arti­cle of apol­ogy to Robert God­dard 40 years after they pub­lished the first arti­cle regard­ing his rocket exper­i­ments.
A2 My only qual­i­fi­ca­tion is my drive, my burn­ing desire to see life evolve past the restric­tions of this beau­ti­ful planet, and my expe­ri­ence as a busi­ness owner. The first seven year I spent on this dream, it was still impos­si­ble but I was find­ing the exist­ing needed tech­nol­ogy to get over the hur­tles. It took me another five years to design all the tech­nol­ogy into a func­tional piece of hard­ware that could be used to sat­isfy all the require­ments while being used in space as infra­struc­ture after find­ing the last of the technology.

Human Beings have walked in space, trav­eled in space, and cur­rently live in space in space sta­tions. This is far from sci­ence fic­tion; this is real and it’s hap­pen­ing now.
Trav­el­ing and Livin­gIn­Space will be as com­mon as air­line travel is today. Years before the Wright Broth­ers, few actu­ally thought that fly­ing to and from any coun­try in the world would be an every day occurrence.

We often have a ten­dency to dis­miss unusual devel­op­ments as some­thing that only exists in some­one else’s mind, and not as some­thing that can actu­ally hap­pen. Like the oil-less light, the horse­less car­riage, radios, the cam­era, silent film, talk­ing movies, the world was flat and Christo­pher did fall off the edge in 1492.
The aver­age per­son has no need to travel in space, so it’s not some­thing we think about often or real­ize it’s impor­tance in the future. Now that we can lower the cost for trav­el­ling in a space­ship and Livin­gIn­Space, we will see more peo­ple tak­ing an inter­est. I am hop­ing peo­ple will soon see the prof­itabil­ity of invest­ing in Tasha9503.
How to turn a mil­lion dol­lars into a one month stay in HotelsIn­Space, 6 friends each pay $100,000 launch costs and chip in $166,666.66 per week or $666,666 each. that times 6 =$3,999,999.84
So for $766,666.64 some­one gets a 4 week stay in space. But instead, if you own it every time we rent out a week, 25% is for profit shares.