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The dream of a spaceship and space travel.

The dream

Why not leave most of that hard­ware in space once it is put there?

The metal and hard­ware could be used as walls and floors etc.

A new, 100% reusable rocket, was put to paper and even­tu­ally AutoCAD.

This new design for a rocket that can be attached to five other used rock­ets to pro­duce one piece of infra­struc­ture, a spaceship.

Like a trans­former, after six rock­ets reach orbit and dock, 6 robotic arms could dis­as­sem­ble the rock­ets, remov­ing the fuel takes and reat­tach­ing the fuel tanks to the outer sur­face, to be used as rooms, spin­ning in the oppo­site direc­tion, pro­duc­ing sta­bil­ity and magnetism.

This infra­struc­ture could be used to take a 12 per­son crew past the moon to any orbit around our sun on an AwayMis­sion in a craft that resem­bles a 6 legged insect fly­ing off to the Aster­oid Belt to mine smelt and man­u­fac­ture repro­duc­tions. Space travel. If Pluto, Jupiter and Mars were still stars we could take you to the stars. This is the next evo­lu­tion­ary stop. Pass­ing the Van Allan belt.

This infra­struc­ture could be used a hotels in space, Low in Earth’s Orbit (LEO), space­ships col­lect­ing rent and space junk.

As hotels, it will have 72 units that sleep three peo­ple each. Six lev­els of arti­fi­cial grav­ity between Zero and Two. Six inde­pen­dent Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions for sci­ence, sex, sports, games and what ever. Six sport­ing are­nas. 18 loung­ing arias. We want to cover the walls With iPad technology.

The Influence

The Influ­ences


Born in 1964, in the mid­dle of the push to land on the moon, includ­ing the Sput­nik, Yuri Gagarin, Allen Shep­ard, John Glen, the Mer­cury and Gem­ini mis­sions with John Young and Gus Gris­som and even­tu­ally the Apollo moon landing.

Grow­ing up out­side Ottawa, the cap­i­tal city of Canada, in a rich agri­cul­tural aria, on a small 50 acre hobby farm, the youngest of two sis­ters and one brother, the stage was set for the impos­si­ble dream.

Chester, my grandpa, who I barely remem­ber was doubt­ful, amazed and totally cap­ti­vated by the Space Race.

His son Rudy, my dad, was a chip off the old block.

He could not be pride away from the tele­vi­sion dur­ing the space shots of those heady years.

Admi­ra­tion and excite­ment in our home could hardly describe the feel­ings dur­ing the space race.

At 18, I left the small hobby farm and moved to the urban set­ting of Ottawa to start my work­ing life and even­tu­ally start a few businesses.

The impos­si­ble dream came into a clearer focus in 1988, dur­ing a con­ver­sa­tion with an inter­est­ing friend, she said she would like a space­ship that could take her chil­dren to the Aster­oid belt to mine the rocks there, build liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions on loca­tion, reproduce.

She inspired me to pur­sue the impos­si­ble dream.

Busi­ness funds will pay start up costs if I can show them a profit upon creation.

Remem­ber­ing that con­ver­sa­tion, from that time on I paid atten­tion as the sci­ences develop in all direc­tions in many countries.

Rocket sci­ence, plum­ing, met­al­lurgy, med­i­cine, indoor gar­dens, com­mu­ni­ca­tions, com­put­ers, robot­ics, indoor sewage, fric­tion, and one by one the sci­en­tists around the world devel­oped all the tech­nol­ogy that was needed.

Many of the imag­i­na­tive fic­tions seen on Star Trek were mov­ing from fic­tion to real­ity like auto­matic doors, cell phones, iPads and video com­mu­ni­ca­tion with lan­guage interpretation.

Talk­ing to peo­ple about this impos­si­ble dream, most said it will not hap­pen for 50 years but they liked the idea.

Most peo­ple said why it can never happen.

Rea­sons came fast and furious…Solar Radiation…Bone and mus­cle degradation…Fuel supplies…Food supplies…Funding…the tech­nol­ogy was not available.

It was not pos­si­ble yet but the dream lived on.

I mar­ried a beau­ti­ful woman, Hilda Makondo, from Zim­babwe, in 1991 and raised two chil­dren, Tetra Tawanda Makondo Cooper and Tasha Mazvita Makondo Cooper to the age of 5.

In 1996 my daugh­ter Tasha, read her brother’s name on all the busi­ness mail, so she asked me to name my next busi­ness after her.

I sug­gested to her that after she learns much more, she find some­thing she has fun doing, and she should open a busi­ness and call it Tasha.

In 2000, with a lot of excess time in front of a com­puter, remem­ber­ing that con­ver­sa­tion back in 88, research car­ried on.

From 1903 to 1995 peo­ple of the world devel­oped all the tech­nol­ogy to let peo­ple sur­vive in outer space.

While search­ing the inter­net, the miss­ing link was found in Japan with Mag­netic Lev­i­ta­tion tech­nol­ogy (MagLev).

Time was spent tak­ing all the sci­ences and draw­ing them into a doable project that ful­filled every restric­tion men­tioned from the 80’s on.

The dream of a vehi­cle that could allow com­mon peo­ple to travel through space is now possible.

For years, I watched Jay Ingram on the Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel to dis­cover where to get what was needed.

See­ing the 1.5 mil­lion lbs Shut­tle, being lifted to orbit and return­ing to Earth looked like a great idea but took a lot of energy.

Spaceships made out of used rockets. Help me here.

Help me out here.

I designed a space­ship that could take you to the stars IF Mars, Venus and Jupiter were still stars. We will have ten at Earth before one passes the moon.

What do you want me to text about?

1) A request for you to find an ani­ma­tion artist to pro­duce the next video show­ing the con­struc­tion of the Rocket that is reused to mass pro­duce these HotelsIn­Space, one space­ship every 6 launches?

2) My life story?

3) What topic can I do in the future? You make suggestion.

4) Chil­dren grew up with star trek and made it pos­si­ble? You see that story on TV.

5) Your gov­ern­ment paid X-Prize dol­lars to your dads to pro­duce the technology.

6) NASA’s newest X-Prise, the tri-corder. $10,000,000 But you can watch that on TV.

7) Activ­i­ties for guests in these spaceships?

8) Use your imag­i­na­tion. What would you do in the spaceship.


10) Who is going to pay the price of the land, roads, con­struc­tion, staff, util­i­ties and inven­tory before a profit is made?


Using space ships as HotelsInSpace

After 7 years of col­lect­ing all the rea­sons why we can­not fly to the Aster­oid belt and begin min­ing the rocks to man­u­fac­ture liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions on loca­tion, I found all the sci­ences that solved all the stop­pers. In 1995 the last of the stop­pers was invented and used for dif­fer­ent purposes.

The last stop­per was lubri­ca­tion. Grease and bear­ings will not work in the vac­uum of space with the frigid tem­per­a­tures and lack of atmos­pheric pres­sures. We needed lubri­ca­tion to allow dif­fer­ent pieces of the Space Ship to move inde­pen­dently allow­ing us to cre­ate arti­fi­cial grav­ity in one sec­tion while leav­ing other sec­tions with micro grav­ity (Zero­Grav­ity). We needed arti­fi­cial grav­ity for many rea­sons. Grav­ity keeps our bones and mus­cles from degra­da­tion. Grav­ity makes show­ers, toi­lets and bathing pos­si­ble. Grav­ity makes life’s rules work.

The tech­nol­ogy for mag­netic trains (MAGlev) in Japan was adapted, and altered just a lit­tle, for the Space­ship. These Japan­ese trains move along a track and never touch it, thereby cre­at­ing zero fric­tion. All we needed to do was wrap 80 MAGlev train tracks around the micro­grav­ity sec­tion of the space ship and con­nect the next sec­tion of the space ship to the tracks so it can spin around the first sec­tion. Then we wrap 80 MAGlev tracks around the sec­ond sec­tion, allow­ing us to attach the third sec­tion and hav­ing it spin around the first two sec­tions. Every­thing is attached but no two sec­tions touch each other, no fric­tion, no main­te­nance. When we wrap 110 more tracks around the outer sur­face to move the robotic aem along. Even­tu­ally we can attach Phase 2 to these tracks.

The abil­ity to grow food indoors was made pos­si­ble long ago. Water and air puri­fiers have also been on the mar­ket for some time. Food air, and shel­ter is all we really need to sur­vive. The abil­ity to launch heavy objects has been around since the 50’s. So all the needed tech­nol­ogy is now avail­able, I only had two known stop­pers to over­come. The first was to design the Space­ship that included all the life sup­port sys­tems and could move threw out the solar sys­tem. The sec­ond stop­per was mak­ing it prof­itable. I could not afford the price tag and no one will invest unless they see a prof­itable return.

It was actu­ally much sim­pler than you might think, to design a space ship. I started with the Sat­urnV rocket. A lot of the Sat­urn V rocket never made it to space and even less made it to a lunar orbit. So I needed more fuel to get the whole thing to space in one piece. New and improved rocket engines and fuel are also now avail­able. Look­ing at the Space Shut­tle, only the booster rock­ets did not make it to orbit. The mil­lion pounds of hard­ware and the exter­nal fuel tank did get to orbital veloc­ity. So I reshaped the rocket so after reach­ing orbital veloc­ity, Low in Earth’s Orbit (LEO), it could be attached to five (5) other newly shaped Sat­urn V rock­ets. Instead of hav­ing an exter­nal fuel tank I designed inter­nal fuel tanks that can be removed and added to the exte­rior of the space ship via MAGlev tech­nol­ogy to be cleaned and used as a third sec­tion of the Space­ship, after reach­ing orbit. This is why the third floor is just a BIG empty room. We can still fill the room with light stuff. All the needed tech­nol­ogy could now be updated and posi­tioned within the rocket dif­fer­ently. Six iden­ti­cal newly designed rock­ets, tak­ing redun­dancy to the sixth or twelfth gives me piece of mind, is all thats needed to pro­duce one Space­ship. Then to show the world, I opened a busi­ness, called it tasha9503 and posted on the web. has lots of draw­ings of the rock­ets new shape, where we posi­tion every­thing and sto­ries of what all the Space­ship could be used for.

So I had a rocket designed that 12 peo­ple could use to take past the moon. I was still left with two known stop­pers. One was fuel to take it any ware within our solar sys­tem and bring it back. The sec­ond was mak­ing it prof­itable so I could get investors to pay the start up expense.

The fuel prob­lem was solved mag­net­i­cally and you can read about that at

Mak­ing these space­ships a prof­itable project was also sim­ple. Design the Space ship so it is multi func­tional. The space­ships could be used as HotelsIn­Space or taken past the moon. The hotels had to be invit­ing so peo­ple would want to and actu­ally go to hol­i­day in space. In the video you will see no inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions so it still looks bor­ing. We added no dec­o­ra­tions because we do not yet know what peo­ple will want. We need you to tell us, so we can design it in. We showed you only one of the six Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions and it is also shown as just an empty room. We have six (6) inde­pen­dent Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions and each will be dec­o­rated dif­fer­ently accord­ing to its use. We have dif­fer­ent rooms for sci­ence, sports, sex, games and two unde­ter­mined. The space ship includes sleep­ing for 216 guests and 12 employees.

Now all we need is to get the peo­ple there. We need a 213 pas­sen­ger land­ing craft with all the life sup­port sys­tems found in the Space Shut­tle. This will lift and land the peo­ple who help pro­duce a profit, allow­ing the ini­tial investors to get an ongo­ing return on their ini­tial investment.

To share the launch cost we also lift six (6) satel­lite pay­loads, sav­ing every­one money com­pared to lift­ing only one satel­lite per launch. We can then place the satel­lites on inde­pen­dent orbital paths using the robotic arms to sling them.

So after 23 years, we have a space­ship designed that can take crews on AwayMis­sions to any ware in our solar sys­tem and can be used as HotelsIn­Space pro­duc­ing thou­sands of astro­nauts and profit shares for investors.

You would think I had it all, and I do. All but the start up costs

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Collecting Space Fuel to go from place to place


Col­lect­ing Fuel when we are Livin­gIn­Space in a spaceship.

The entire infra­struc­ture of this space­ship, we designed to be used as HotelsIn­Space, that can also be used to travel within our solar sys­tem while Livin­gIn­Space, is a big hol­low bar magnet.

Being a bar mag­net, all mag­net­i­cally charged solar plasma will be attracted to the polar ends and into the hol­low core, thus pro­tect­ing the inhab­i­tants from the Plasma. We call the hol­low core the Plas­ma­Core, because it will fill with solar plasma.

You also know now we will need to be insu­lated from the 27,000 degree hot plasma that col­lects within the Plas­ma­Core. The col­lected Plasma will be used as space fuel to pro­duce thrust in 4 ways.

First, we can mag­net­i­cally expel the plasma using the Hadron Col­lider tech­nol­ogy to pro­duce thrust.

Sec­ond, we can cool the col­lected plasma into a gas and release the gas to pro­duce thrust.

Third, we can cool the gas into a liq­uid and by releas­ing the liq­uid prop­erly, we will pro­duce thrust.

Fourth, we can cool the liq­uid to a solid and using the oppo­site and equal reac­tion, throw the solid to pro­duce thrust.

Many of you know that as we cool things we can extract energy that can be con­verted into elec­tric­ity. We can then use the elec­tric­ity for on board needs. When liv­ing in space close to the sun, we will be col­lect­ing elec­tric­ity via the solar pan­els cov­er­ing this space­ship, so any energy from the cool­ing plasma can be sent over to Earth and put into the energy grid or used to alter the course of any near Earth objects. When we travel over to the Gas Giants we will be too far from the sun to get elec­tric­ity via the solar pan­els and will rely solely on energy extracted from the cool­ing plasma.

This opens a lot of new sci­ences and stud­ies. Just what type of gas dose plasma become when it cools? Dose Plasma always cool to the same gas or dose dif­fer­ent plasma cool to become dif­fer­ent gasses? Do dif­fer­ent plas­mas become gas at dif­fer­ent tem­per­a­tures and pressures?

We may cool the plasma and end up with lead, gold, iron, oxy­gen and or other elements.

These mate­ri­als will be stored and used when man­u­fac­tur­ing needed parts for main­tain­ing these spaceships.

Mars Habitats

Let us look at why we CANNOT use Mars as a habi­tat for humans and look at how we may inhabit Mars one day and the plan to do that.

Let us first look at why we can­not use mars as a habi­tat for humans.

The mass of Mars is too low to pro­duce enough grav­ity to retain enough atmos­phere to pro­duce enough atmos­pheric pres­sure to allow water to exist in a liq­uid state. The grav­ity on Mars is not suf­fi­cient to hold many types of gasses to pro­duce an atmos­phere to allow plans or Human life. Like a comet, Mars leaves a trial behind it of light gasses.

When Solar Plasma hits the atmos­phere on Earth, the atmos­phere absorbs the heat from the plasma pro­duc­ing the Bore­alis. This cools the plasma to a gas long before it hits land. Depend­ing on what the plasma is of, it may cool to a liq­uid as it passes thru the atmos­phere or cool to a solid and land as a dust. On Mars the plasma is still HOT when it hits land, trav­el­ing through most solids and boil­ing any liq­uid (Like­Blood) that it passes through.

Even if we pro­duce robotic intel­li­gence to pro­duce liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions on Mars, with plasma pro­tec­tion and enough space to grow enough food to feed a Mars crew, we are still left with no way to get humans on the sur­face and keep them alive dur­ing the trans­port to the surface.

If we could build under­ground where the atmos­pheric pres­sure is able to allow water to exist in a liq­uid state we still remain unable to get there alive.

Let us now look at the only con­ceiv­able method of inhab­it­ing Mars.

First we need Mars to grow in vol­ume to increase the grav­ity to hold more atmos­phere and more kinds of atmosphere.

Tasha9503 has a long and drawn out plan to increase Mars’s Grav­i­ta­tional influ­ence. Much more cal­cu­la­tions must be worked out before we can pro­ceed. The plan is included with our plans for the Aster­oid belt. As we mine the Aster­oid Belt, extract­ing the wanted mate­r­ial for main­te­nance and repro­duc­tions, any unused mate­r­ial can be thrown on a col­li­sion course with Mars. The robotic arms can spin around the infra­struc­ture and sling the unus­able mate­r­ial towards Mars. As we do this we can not only increase the vol­ume of Mars, but also adjust the loca­tion of Mars, mov­ing it closer to the sun or fur­ther. This will take many, many years, a gen­er­a­tion or two or three. Then, as Mars grows, the inte­rior may get to a molten state due to the increased grav­ity and then our next phase. Next we con­tinue throw­ing mate­r­ial at Mars so when it lands on Mars it alters the spin of the sur­face while not alter­ing the spin of the inte­rior molten magma. Should this all work, Mars will pro­duce a Mag­ne­tos­phere as Earth dose. Then our next phase: water­ing Mars. This is included with our plans to mine Saturn’s Rings. We are told the Rings are made mostly of water. The water we mine from the rings is wanted to be used within the new HotelsIn­Space we man­u­fac­ture at the Aster­oid Belt. How­ever, if the Mars plan is put into action and Mars does grow to a suit­able size, we can pack­age the water found in the rings and throw that at Mars.

That is a long and drawn out plan with many unmen­tioned restrictions.

Let us look at that plan.

Tasha9503 designed liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions for when at the Aster­oid Belt that can be taken to the rings of Sat­urn. Will the peo­ple who were born in the HotelsIn­Space, whose par­ents were born in the HotelsIn­Space, want to leave the com­fort and free­dom of space to be grounded on a planet? When the planet may or may not sup­port Humans. The atmos­phere on Earth is capa­ble of sup­port­ing human life but will our man made planet’s atmos­phere sup­port us? Land­ing on Mars with no infra­struc­ture, no man­u­fac­tur­ing plants, no com­put­ers, no telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, no satel­lites, no roads, none of the cur­rent com­forts of Earth and none of the tech­nol­ogy con­tained within the HotelsIn­Space. That Mars may still seduce some people.

We must do the cal­cu­la­tions. Putting part of the Aster­oid Belt on Mars will increase Mars’s grav­i­ta­tional influ­ence. What will that do to the orbits of Earth and the rest of the Aster­oids? Remov­ing that many Rings of Sat­urn may alter the rings orbits and cause havoc in a well work­ing solar sys­tem. Remov­ing a lit­tle of the Aster­oids and a part of some of the rings may alter the orbits but the more we take the more the alterations.

For now Tasha9503 is stay­ing away from plan­ets. Each HotelsIn­Space can approach mete­ors and aster­oids smaller than a car to mine, smelt and man­u­fac­ture big­ger and bet­ter liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions with­out the need of plan­ets. Well we need the mag­ne­tos­phere of a planet dur­ing the process of repro­duc­tion but that is another story.

Food in Space, here near earth and on AwayMissions

When using the HotelsIn­Space here at Earth, the food for peo­ple hol­i­day­ing and staff will be lifted with each launch. When the pas­sen­ger is pay­ing part of the lift costs, they can chose their food of pref­er­ence. The menus will be filled out for the length of your stay.

We will need to lift the water to rehy­drate the food or lift the water in the food. Lots of water and water puri­fiers will be lifted with every launch.

Fridges, freez­ers and cup­boards will be filled pre launch with the food each pas­sen­ger requests.

The waste peo­ple pro­duce will be pumped to the gar­den­ing sec­tions on floors 4 and 5, in the space­ship, to be con­verted to top soil.

On AwayMis­sions, we will grow plants that we can eat, root, stock and leaf. Foods like car­rots, beets and may other veg­eta­bles will be grown for con­sump­tion because we can eat the entire plant with no need for bugs to eat the left­overs. There are a lot of dif­fer­ent veg­eta­bles on planet Earth that fall into this cat­e­gory so the selec­tion will be extensive.

We would like to grow fruit, like apples and grapes, but we would be using the nutri­ents on board to grow wood that we can­not eat.  We would end up with a lot of wood prod­ucts that we have no use for in space.

We would like to grow grains but with no eggs or milk (Oth­erThanHu­man­Milk), cook­ing breads and cakes will be lim­ited. We would also need recipes for eat­ing the stock and roots of the grains. When some­one finds recipes that allow us to eat the entire grass plant, root, stock and grain, tak­ing grains will become a possibility.

Each of the 6 gar­dens are in sep­a­rate sec­tions so we can plant six times a year and har­vest six times per year and tend all year long. Freshly grown veg­eta­bles will be avail­able every day.

We will not be tak­ing cows or other ani­mals to allow us to eat meat on AwayMis­sions. The space to grow the grass for ani­mals to eat, the oxy­gen for them to breath, the hard­ware we would need to lift to space is too expen­sive for the con­sump­tion of meat on AwayMissions.

So we stick with veg­eta­bles on AwayMissions.

How The Mars Mission Will Help Us Achieve Our Goals For Living In Space

What does the Mars Mis­sion and Livin­gIn­Space have any­thing to do with each other? That’s a good ques­tion. Livin­gIn­Space is humans liv­ing com­fort­ably in outer space, whereas, the Mars Mis­sion is a robotic explo­ration. How­ever, whether it be a human mis­sion or a robotic mis­sion, the tech­nol­ogy of get­ting to space, space travel in space­ships, and work­ing in space is almost the same. The tech­nol­ogy for keep­ing humans alive in space, com­fort­ably, is all that’s missing.

The Mars Mis­sions will dra­mat­i­cally help future mis­sions of humans to live and work in outer space in space­ships pri­mar­ily by its use of mod­ern state of the art tech­nol­ogy that is being used to suc­cess­fully com­plete the Mar’s mis­sions. There are many areas of tech­nol­ogy that, once tested dur­ing the mis­sions, will be used by humans to explore and mine with space­ships. Here are some of the ways:

Robot­ics Per­form­ing Rou­tine Tasks In Outer Space

By build­ing, test­ing, and revis­ing robotic tech­nol­ogy, humans will be able to use robots to per­form a vari­ety of tasks in space such as repairs and main­te­nance to the space­ship or HotelsIn­Space, assist­ing the dock­ing pro­ce­dures of land­ing crafts, col­lect­ing space junk, launch­ing satel­lites and min­ing Aster­oids. As it stands today, in space, repairs have to be com­pleted by a human walk­ing in space and per­form­ing spe­cific repair tasks. This is very sim­i­lar to an indus­trial diver on Earth going deep below the water sur­face to per­form a task such as weld­ing or retriev­ing something.

Sim­i­lar tech­nol­ogy to the Mar’s Mis­sions lies in the imple­men­ta­tion of the Rovers robotic arm that will be used to gather soil sam­ples and ana­lyz­ing them. Robotic arms on space­ships will play an impor­tant role for liv­ing in space such as retriev­ing valu­able min­er­als from the Aster­oid Belt, and using the mate­r­ial to build liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions in outer space.

Trav­el­ling In Outer Space

Liv­ing in space is more than just float­ing some­where in the uni­verse and…well…just liv­ing there. Liv­ing in space­ships also involves space travel to explore new des­ti­na­tions and find­ing safe paths to travel. Trans­port­ing a large robotic vehi­cle like “Curios­ity” to Mars is no small feat. Advanced rock­etry and elec­tron­ics are required to make this all hap­pen. This advanced tech­nol­ogy will also be imple­mented with space vehi­cles trans­port­ing humans beyond our planet so they can live in space safely.

In short, Tasha9503 will be able to use all the tech­nol­ogy attached to the Mars Rovers on each of the robotic arms. When min­ing the Aster­oids, we will be able to sam­ple the mate­r­ial and ana­lyze it before bring it into the Space­ship to be used to make hard­ware for main­te­nance or reproductions.

These are just some exam­ples of how cur­rent space explo­ration will be able to imple­ment its state of the art tech­nol­ogy to make Livin­gIn­Space in space­ships avail­able to humans.

Your Com­ments Are Most Welcome.

Games in space

A game played with three balls at once.

Two peo­ple per team, three teams with three goals.

Each goal is shaped like a two foot wed­ding ring tied in place with three ropes.

The play­ers touch­ing the ropes are penalized.

A player may touch one of the balls with any part of their body other than fingers.


In the video we show you one of the 6 Zero­Grav­ity sections.

We only show the infra­struc­ture before inte­rior dec­o­rat­ing is added.

One Zero­Grav­ity sec­tion for each: sci­ence, sex, sports, games and two undetermined.


How would you design one of the Zero­Grav­ity sections?

A sports arena that sits, LOL, 100 spec­ta­tors, where they can see but not affect the game.

Access to wires, fibres, plumb­ing, atmos­pheric con­tent is all accessed along the cor­ner panelling.


Or would you sug­gest the rules for the game?

Would you be the sci­en­tist that knows what tools you want installed?

Would you be able to design one of the many lit­tle pri­vate sex sections?

Show us what you want in the Zero­Grav­ity sections.


The straight cor­ners between walls within the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions are 9 meters long.

The curved cor­ners are 30 meters apart.

Have fun.

Exploring Saturn while LivingInSpace in spaceships

While min­ing the Aster­oid Belt, the fifth HotelsIn­Space that passes the Moon on an AwayMis­sion, may head to Sat­urn. At Sat­urn, study­ing the stars and shar­ing with Earth, our eyes will have widened to 22 AU. (AU, Astro­nom­i­cal Unit = Aver­age dis­tance between Earth and Sun) Hav­ing equip­ment to study the stars, comets, mete­ors etc., so far away from Earth and watch­ing for near Earth orbit cos­mic debris, we may be able save Earth from a cat­a­stro­phe. As we explore to find and record more space debris, the paths for other space­ships will become safer. Look­ing at the same star with eyes 22 AU apart, study­ing the periph­eral vision will help us cal­cu­late wob­bles and distances.

While at Sat­urn we will be able to mine the rings with the robotic arms, look­ing for water and what­ever else we find. The water can be pack­aged and thrown to any orbit in our solar sys­tem with the robotic arms. This is the water that will be used to fill the repro­duc­tions being man­u­fac­tured at the Aster­oid Belt unless frozen water is found in the belt.

Hav­ing a HotelsIn­Space at Sat­urn with a cargo of sev­eral small robotic rovers explor­ing the moons of Sat­urn, we can learn so much.

Depend­ing on the work of other peo­ple and orga­ni­za­tions, we may be able to hang a 200,000 mile long space ele­va­tor down into Saturn’s atmos­phere and col­lect samples.

When at Sat­urn we will be able to exper­i­ment with get­ting under Saturn’s Mag­netic belt to learn if we can turn off our mini mag­ne­tos­phere to extract the man­u­fac­tured pieces of the repro­duc­tions. I per­son­ally assume we will be able to repro­duce at all the Gas Giants.