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AwayMissions when LivingInSpace in spaceships in space.

The space­ships can­not be used to land on any moon or planet, but they will be able to trans­port land­ing vehi­cles. Research has regarded the lev­els of radi­a­tion beyond the Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere as lethal. Each space­ship will pro­duce its own mag­ne­tos­phere pro­duc­ing pro­tec­tion from radi­a­tion. Upon leav­ing the Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere, new stud­ies may be per­formed regard­ing mag­netic plasma. Mag­netic plasma will be col­lected within our cen­ter Plas­ma­Core, and the prop­er­ties of the col­lected plasma will be stud­ied for its use as pro­pel­lant. We plan to mag­net­i­cally eject the plasma from the Plas­ma­Core to pro­duce thrust. We also plan to sep­a­rate small amounts of the plasma at dif­fer­ent tem­per­a­tures and pres­sures with mul­ti­pur­pose plans.
One plan is to extract energy as we cool it. The sec­ond plan is to allow the gas it cools to to be vented, pro­duc­ing thrust. The third plan is to study the gas that the plasma cools to. The fourth plan is to con­tinue to cool the gas for study pur­poses until it is a liq­uid and even­tu­ally a solid col­lect­ing energy all the time. Depend­ing on the sub­stance the plasma becomes as it cools, plans will be modified.

Once we can col­lect fuel for propul­sion as we travel through space we can begin AwayMis­sions. Depend­ing on who owns the first space­ship that passes the Moon, the Mis­sion state­ment may vary.

Once Tasha9503 owns 10 space­ship in orbit, our first AwayMis­sion will begin.
To the Aster­oid belt we will go, where all the needed sub­stance will be found, mined, smelted and man­u­fa­tured into more liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions in space.

Under the con­di­tion some orga­ni­za­tion invests enough funds into Tasha9503 to own more than 10% of Tasha9503, that orga­ni­za­tion may trade their % of the space­ships at Earth and take their own past the Moon before we have ten built. As we pro­duce more space­ships they may con­tinue to trade own­er­ship of the ones at Earth and take more on AwayMis­sions.
Each time some­one takes a space­ship pace the moon, the rest of the own­ers will own more of the space­ships here at Earth. Peo­ple who only buy a days worth of time in the first space­ship will soon own a week then two and more.

Sup­port­ing these spaceships

Secondary Goals of Tasha9503 and these spaceships when living in space

• To help clean up the exist­ing Space­Junk,
• To have 10 space­ships at Earth col­lect­ing rent pro­duc­ing profit shares for all the investors who payed for the cre­ation of Tasha9503.
• To mine, smelt, and man­u­fac­ture the at the Aster­oid Belt, elim­i­nat­ing the need to launch from a
grav­ity bound place like Earth, Mars or the Moon,
• To visit Sat­urn and mine the water in its rings. To broaden our view and abil­ity to learn about
• Each time we send a hotel to another loca­tion, we have new eyes to see our sun and other stars
giv­ing us a new point of view

Using the robotic arms we plan to begin col­lect­ing all the space junk we get close enough to.
Once we have ten space­ships, spin­ning around earth, col­lect­ing all the Space­Junk we get close to it will take years to col­lect enough to make it safe.
Using the robotic arms we plan to approach small aster­oids for manip­u­la­tion after we pass the moon.
When we fin­ish the repro­duc­tion of a space­ship at the Aster­oid Belt, should we need more water to make it inhab­it­able, we can move to Sat­urn and begin col­lect­ing the rings.
When we pass the moon with the first Space­ship, any star sys­tem it is look­ing at will be seen from far­ther than before and when we com­pare the new view with that of Earth. As we look for Near Earth Orbit (NEO) Aster­oids and other smaller space debris we will be able to map out safe paths to nav­i­gate through our solar sys­tems.
Once we pass the moon, we will be truly be liv­ing in space.

Use of the HotelsInSpace for living in space

The space­ships were designed to be able to take a crew of 12 past the moon but a busi­ness must be prof­itable so each space­ship can also be left at Earth and be used as hotels. As hotels there are 216 beds for guests, 6 dif­fer­ent lev­els of arti­fi­cial grav­ity, 6 indi­vid­ual Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions, 6 game and sport­ing sec­tions, 6 restau­rants, and 18 loung­ing arias. The video shows the rooms but you will have to tell us what you want in the rooms. What sort of games would you like to play in the dif­fer­ent sec­tions. Nerf balls could be thrown with no fear of dam­age.
The first ten space­ships, owned by Tasha9503 will be left as HotelsIn­Space for space tourism and space adven­tures pro­duc­ing rental income and profit shares. APla­ceIn­Space­To­Play for space holidays.

The hotels can never land on any planet or space debris larger than a car. We can only approach the small Aster­oids as we begin to mine the Belt. It has been sug­gested that we raise the gar­den­ing sec­tion ceil­ing from 2 meters to 2.5 meters. To do this we must raise the ceil­ings on floors 1, 2 and 3. This will mean we would redesign the space­ship to be built with 7 or 8 used rock­ets. It would also allow the diam­e­ter of the Plas­ma­Core to go from 10 meters to 14 or 15 meters. The size of the rocks we could approach to mine within the Aster­oid Belt would also grow a little.

Once a crew passes the moon they can take the space­ship to any orbit within our solar sys­tem. That is why these space­ships are not star ships. The next gen­er­a­tion can learn how to use the mag­netic energy of the solar sys­tem to mag­net­i­cally thrust us out towards another lit star sys­tem. There­fore, the first step of Tasha9503 is to pro­duce a space­ship that can be lived in with­out the need of a land base like Earth, the Moon, or Mars. Once this is achieved, Tasha9503 has helped life evolve from a plamet.

Tax Dollars and space flight

Your tax dol­lars made it all pos­si­ble. Your Gov­ern­ments space indus­tries are all ‘Not For Profit’ orga­ni­za­tions. Build­ing hotels is a ‘For Profit’ adven­ture and NOT included in any gov­ern­ment oper­a­tion. Liv­ing in space is now hap­pen­ing.
The same tech­nol­ogy that lifts 1,500,000 lbs of hard­ware could lift 1,600,000 lbs of hard­ware and 40,000 lbs of peo­ple. We just have to do it with privet funds and add more life sup­port in the land­ing craft. This is your oppor­tu­nity to own infra­struc­ture in LEO. Tasha9503 need your money. Either $2,000,000 or $25 per week for the next 7 years.
Tax dol­lars put rock­ets in space. Tax dol­lars build the MAGlev trains. Pri­vate dol­lars built the com­puter. Pri­vate dol­lars built the indoor gar­dens. Pri­vate dol­lars found the quick rot bugs to take our excre­ment and con­vert it to top soil in record time.
Tax dol­lars made it all pos­si­ble but pri­vate funds will make it hap­pen. You can wait till I die and let some one with money find my work and build these HotelsIn­Space or you can pay Tasha9503 to build them and end up own­ing the spaceships.

Experience zero gravity, fly with us and start LivingInSpace.

Imag­ine float­ing; free move­ment with absolutely no fric­tion. With no pull what­so­ever, zero grav­ity pro­duces a state of weight­less­ness, sim­i­lar to but dif­fer­ent from being in water. Pre­vi­ously restricted to astro­nauts, expe­ri­enc­ing 0g in space is quickly becom­ing a real­ity for the pub­lic. Tasha9503’s plans include bring­ing the oppor­tu­nity of 0g to the gen­eral pub­lic by incor­po­rat­ing six 0g sec­tions within the over­all design of the space­ships. The zero grav­ity sec­tions will be sep­a­rated from the rest of the hotel so they will not spin, and not spin­ning will allow for arti­fi­cial zero grav­ity. Most of the space­ship will spin, pro­duc­ing arti­fi­cial grav­ity, allow­ing toi­lets and show­ers to work and reduc­ing the dam­ag­ing affect that pro­longed expo­sure to weight­less­ness pro­duces.
You will be able to travel through the Jef­fer­stude and within min­utes go from the zero grav­ity sec­tions to the aria with arti­fi­cial gravity.

Will you fly with us?

Zero Gravity in spaceships, by Tasha9503

Tasha9503’s design for a space­ship includes six sep­a­rate Zero Grav­ity (0g) sec­tions:
• One sec­tion for allow­ing guests to expe­ri­ence sleep­ing in 0g
• One 0g sec­tion will be set aside for sports
• One 0g sec­tion has been ded­i­cated to games
• One sec­tion for 0g exper­i­men­tal sci­ence
• Two 0g sec­tions will be set aside to be used as need demands

Spend­ing time in the 0g sec­tions, how­ever, causes bone den­sity and mus­cle loss (as does time spent in water) and it is sug­gested that you should spend equal or greater time in a 2g (twice the grav­ity felt at sea level) aria to help rebuild your body. The HotelsIn­Space designed by Tasha9503 includes 6 gar­den­ing sec­tions in 2g, where peo­ple can visit daily to rebuild their body.

The 0g sec­tion shown in the video shows no inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions. We only showed one empty 0g sec­tion and each of the six 0g sec­tions will be dif­fer­ent. As more deci­sions are made about inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions, they will be seen in the next video.

Most of the space­ship has arti­fi­cial grav­ity to allow toi­lets and show­ers to work. Hav­ing arti­fi­cial grav­ity greatly reduces the degra­da­tion the human body expe­ri­ences in space. Cook­ing and food prepa­ra­tion is also eas­ier when grav­ity is included.

Lets col­lect space junk

Robotic Arms with spaceships

Shown here are the six robotic arms, which will be attached to tracks wrapped around the outer por­tion of the hotel. Each arm will travel along the tracks using Maglev Tech­nol­ogy. As an arm spins around the hotel, it will be able to release, or grap­ple, satel­lites and/or space junk. We can use the expe­ri­ence of cap­tur­ing our space junk to learn how to grap­ple aster­oids within the Aster­oid Belt. The zero grav­ity (0g) sec­tion will
not spin. The 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors will spin to cre­ate an arti­fi­cial grav­ity force of less than 1g on the third floor. Floors 4 and 5 will spin around floors 1, 2 and 3, in the oppo­site direc­tion. The robotic arms will be able be able to travel along the tracks at dif­fer­ent speeds and direc­tions.
We will also use the rocket engines as catch­ers mitts for col­lect­ing space junk. The robotic arms will move the used engines so the space junk ends up inside the engine where the robotic arms can then reach in and care­fully retrieve the space junk. The space junk is all made out of light weight, state of the art met­als. The expense of lift­ing the met­als to space has been spent so we fig­ure why not col­lect it and re use it in space.
When liv­ing in space, we will need robotic arms to manip­u­late the solid objects out­side the spaceships.

Space flight

Transportation to and in spaceships.

The space­ship has been designed for sim­ple attach­ment to two other space­ships and up to six pub­lic trans­porta­tion vehi­cles.
After lift­ing the 213 pas­sen­gers, the rocket that lifted the pas­sen­ger craft, has one dock­ing bay. When six rock­ets are attached, pro­duc­ing one 6 armed space­ship, it has six of every­thing but what it has more of.
“2001 A Space Odyssey”, taught us to spin the space sta­tions. Each space­ship will have one end in 0g, not rotat­ing, and the remain­der spin­ning to cre­ate arti­fi­cial grav­ity (attached mag­net­i­cally to elim­i­nate fric­tion).
The non spin­ning sec­tion can be attached to the spin­ning sec­tion of the next space­ship, mag­net­i­cally. The space­ships can be used as Hotels In Space.
The non spin­ning sec­tion is where the dock­ing bays are. This is the sec­tion all the cam­eras and dishes are for com­mu­ni­cat­ing and star gaz­ing.
When the space­ship is taken on an AwayMis­sion, it will expel the plasma it col­lects from its sur­round­ings for thrust. It will also cool some of the plasma and allow the gas to escape, pro­duc­ing thrust. It will also cool the gasses and study the liq­uid to see if we can pro­duce thrust. Cool­ing the plasma all the way to a solid state pro­duc­ing elec­tri­cal energy all the way. The fuel to take us to the aster­oid belt and all the way around it is gath­ered as we go.

JeffersTube, Spaceships and magnetics

When liv­ing in space, hav­ing a mag­netic Jef­fer­sTube sys­tem removes fric­tion between the pres­sure seals. Within the Jef­fer­sTube struc­ture, beyond the walls, sev­eral stor­age com­part­ments are pre­pared to trans­port many things (oxy­gen, methane, water, sewage, nitro­gen, hydro­gen, elec­tri­cal cur­rants, etc.) in both direc­tions. When a Jef­fer­sTube is posi­tioned at a door, the chem­i­cals pass into or out of hold­ing tanks within the Jef­fer­sTube. When the Jef­fer­sTube is taken to another sec­tion, all the air tight seals must be acti­vated before it is mag­net­i­cally pulled back from the doors. It then begins to spin or the spin slows down, depend­ing on what sec­tion it is at and where it is going. When arriv­ing at the new sec­tion, all the plumb­ing, tub­ing, elec­tri­cal and other con­nec­tions are attached and all the air tight seals are set before the doors are opened. When the Jef­fer­stube is trav­el­ling it is held and pushed mag­net­i­cally. With mag­netic manip­u­la­tion, fric­tion is removed, elim­i­nat­ing the need for bear­ings, grease and other lubricants.

Mag­nets keep us together and apart

Plants in space on spaceships for LivingInSpace

The used and empty fuel tanks will be con­verted into the gar­den­ing sec­tions. We will be grow­ing veg­eta­bles, plants that we can eat in entirety, root, stock, lief, and flower.
The plants will be trans­ported to the first floor kitchens. The crew will con­sume the food on the first floor and all bathing and excre­tion will take place on the sec­ond floor. Upon open­ing day, the sys­tem will be empty of all but water. Food prod­ucts from Earth will be well stocked and more lifted per launch. As we rent the hotel, food will be lifted and eaten and the sewage sys­tem will begin to fill and the process will begin. When the sewage sys­tem is full, the space­ship will be ready for an AwayMis­sion and we can begin LivingInSpace.

grow­ing food in space