Archive for Living In Space

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

Gardens in spaceships

After extract­ing the unused fuel and clean­ing out the tanks, we will use the emp­ties for waste man­age­ment
and gar­den­ing for Livin­gIn­Space. We will have these sec­tions spin around the rest of the hotel to cre­ate a grav­ity force of about twice that found on Earth (g2). Within each gar­den­ing sec­tion, sys­tems con­tinue to sep­a­rate the water and heat and sewage, prepar­ing it to be reused as pot­ting soil. With the pot­ting soil, veg­eta­bles from all coun­tries will be grown to feed the crew. The water will be
fil­tered again before return­ing to the kitchens and plants.
We will slowly slow down the spin of the gar­den­ing sec­tion until we find where the food still grows, unless the veg­eta­bles grow in g2. Peo­ple spend­ing time in the gar­dens will be strength­en­ing their bones and mus­cles, and may find life on Earth easier.

space gar­dens of away missions

Grey water and sewage in spaceships while LivingInSpace.

All the waste prod­ucts pro­duced by the occu­pants will be pumped, fil­tered and sep­a­rated on its way to and
within the gar­den­ing sec­tion. The grey water from the laun­dry facil­i­ties will be fil­tered and sep­a­rated; the
human fluid, table scraps, and solid waste will be sep­a­rated, fil­tered, and com­posted to be reused within the
gar­dens. A por­tion of the waste mate­ri­als will be burnt to pro­duce ash and lie.
Tasha9503 is design­ing a sewage sys­tem to sup­port long-term travel with the hotels. Hav­ing the sec­tion where the bath­rooms are located spin­ning, we can use arti­fi­cial grav­ity to shower and flush. From the sec­ond and third floors, sewage will be piped through sep­a­ra­tion sys­tems until it arrives at the lower Jef­fer­sTube. When the pot­ting soil is full, we will know how many peo­ple can be fed from its spoilage. Once these prepa­ra­tions are in place, then an AwayMis­sion can be planned.

how to use sewage in space

Preparations for LivingInSpace and HotelsInSpace

Many prepa­ra­tions will be han­dled robot­i­cally and much of the work will need to be per­formed by astro­nauts before we can begin space travel. For exam­ple, the mov­ing and instal­la­tions of walls, bath­rooms, loung­ing areas, tables, benches, and mon­i­tors, and the imple­men­ta­tion of things like plumb­ing, elec­tri­cal and com­mu­ni­ca­tions will all require human and robotic labour. All the sep­a­rate sec­tions must be attached and sealed robot­i­cally before man moves in and sets up the gar­den­ing sec­tion.
In prepa­ra­tion for solar plasma we added mag­netic poles to the space­ship, to not only pro­tect the inhab­i­tants but also col­lect the plasma for fur­ther manip­u­la­tion.
A 50-year mis­sion to explore our solar sys­tem up close will require the abil­ity to con­stantly pro­duce enough food to feed a pop­u­la­tion of 36 peo­ple. The gar­dens are included. The space­ships must be able to com­mu­ni­cate with every other space­ship. So in prepa­ra­tion, inter­net capa­bil­ity with more satel­lite dishes than are seen in the video.
In prepa­ra­tion for space junk we include 6 robotic arms to use with the rocket engines as catch­ers mitts to col­lect space junk. We will be wrap­ping the HotelsIn­Space with bul­let prof fab­ric.
In prepa­ra­tion for activ­ity on-board the space­ship we ask all the peo­ple who read this to tell us what sports and games would you like to play in the rooms we show you. You add inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions. First cover all the walls with iPad technology.

are pre­pared to visit space?

It all started with space junk.

Space junk, lets col­lect it.
Our dads wanted to put a satel­lite in orbit. They left all the stuff that got it there as space junk. They showed us Star Trek.
Space junk, lets col­lect it. Then we can reuse that mate­r­ial in orbit for other pur­poses. Here is a design for a rocket that trans­forms into a satel­lite that can col­lect space junk it orbits close to. It costs more fuel but saves fuel in the long run and makes every­thing reusable, so more prof­itable.
These rock­ets can, after lift­ing pas­sen­gers, satel­lites and a robotic arm, be attached to five other rock­ets to pro­duce a six armed satel­lite that can be used as HotelsIn­Space with sleep­ing for 216 peo­ple.
Lets call it a space­ship, Tasha9503, HotelsIn­Space a satel­lite or Livin­gIn­Space.
This rocket was designed after find­ing all the rea­sons we can fly off the Earth, sur­vive, repro­duce and make it eas­ier.
To make the rocket as 100% reusable as pos­si­ble, we had to reuse the rocket engine for or as some­thing after it lifts every­thing to as high as it does.
So we use the engines as catch­ers mitts and using the 6 robotic arms as they spin around the space­ship, col­lect the space junk.
Then we get good at col­lect­ing the junk and begin a cap­ture, repair, update and release pro­gram.
These rock­ets are too good to be true. They add a profit share to every rocket launch and solve every stop­per to life evolv­ing off Earth. The food, the bugs, the grav­ity, the abil­ity to manip­u­late its sur­round­ings, the com­mu­ni­ca­tion, the abil­ity to alter its orbit, the abil­ity to repro­duce. It offers a place in space to play or APla­ceIn­Space­To­Play.
All this in prepa­ra­tion to replace the space junk with aster­oids within the Aster­oid Belt to mine smelt and man­u­fac­ture repro­duc­tions on loca­tion or throw the mate­r­ial back to Earth.
Is this too much for you? Your child­hood space­ship is now a real pos­si­bil­ity.
Until we have investors, its you tell two peo­ple and they tell 2 peo­ple or you tell 1000 peo­ple who tell 1000 peo­ple. How many have you told ver­bally? How many elec­tron­i­cally? We’ve reached 10,000 peo­ple so far.
Lets speed this up. We need a few more peo­ple to invest $25 a week by sub­scrib­ing start­ing now and end­ing the day we col­lect rent. The next few sub­scribers will own part of the adver­tis­ing bud­get. The funds will be bud­geted toward get­ting a pro­fes­sional to put the infor­ma­tion gath­ered from four sites to pro­duce one, while mak­ing these rock­ets the sort of thing that every­one will want to invest it. You can invest the funds to pay for the pro­duc­tion or invest your abil­i­ties and pro­duce it for the same value. A hun­dred thou­sand dol­lar web­site is worth $100,000. Can you pro­duce it? Do you know some­one who can?
Tasha9503 has an idea that is going to hap­pen and you can own it. They said it would take 50 years and in 2011 it was pos­si­ble. In 1995 it became pos­si­ble! In 1961 man went to space and now you can to, as soon as we build the hard­ware and launch it. We’re sell­ing tick­ets as soon as some­one invests the funds to cover the license.
We would need 1,000,000 sub­scribers IF some min­ing money dose not invest one bil­lion and own the hard­ware to mine the Aster­oid Belt.
But if any­one dose invest that much we will only need 720,000 sub­scribers. You can still be one of the first.
Should a movie pro­ducer also invest a bil­lion, we will only 603,000 sub­scribers.
Any uni­ver­sity who wants to own one space­ship every time Tasha9503 puts another 20 in space can invest 374,400,000 dol­lars worth of tech­nol­ogy. Every­one wins.
When a satel­lite owner decides to own the infra­struc­ture that lifts the satel­lite to orbit we need less sub­scribers.
And if glory be glory and prop­erty is traded for own­er­ship, sav­ing Tasha9503 more money, we need less sub­scribers.
The day we begin col­lect­ing rent is the day we stop all sub­scrip­tions and begin pay­ing profit shares. You can sub­scribe now but only for a lim­ited time.

Spaceships and star ships need a Jefferstube.

When Livin­gIn­Space, the Jef­fer­sTube is used to take peo­ple and every­thing else form one sec­tion of the space­ship to another. Each sec­tion of the space ship is spin­ning at a dif­fer­ent rate or not spin­ning at all. These space­ships each have two Jef­fer­sTubes. One between the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions and floor one and the sec­ond trav­els between third floor and gar­den­ing sec­tions. The sec­ond can quickly take you from any gar­den­ing sec­tion to another but when bring­ing you back to floor three it must con­tin­u­ally reduce the speed of its spin until it stops and then begin spin­ning in the oppo­site direc­tion or the same direc­tion as floors one two and three. All the chem­i­cals, sewage etc., that the Jef­fer­sTube trans­ports to and from one sec­tion to another, are in con­tain­ers on the other side of that walls of the Jefferstube.

These are space­ships not star ships.

Determining Problems for Living In Space

In 1993, Trevor began deter­min­ing prob­lems asso­ci­ated with liv­ing in space before design­ing a des­ti­na­tion in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) for peo­ple to visit and enjoy space adven­tures. Hotels in LEO, can be used as hol­i­day resorts, or can be moved to any orbit within our solar sys­tem. In 2000, the last of the prob­lems was over come. Fric­tion had been elim­i­nated between the indi­vid­u­ally mov­ing pieces. Now Trevor could design APlaceInSpaceToPlay.

Redesigned Saturn V Rockets for LivingInSpace

In 2005, Tasha9503 redesigned the ‘Sat­urn V’ rocket so that upon arrival in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) it could eas­ily be recon­fig­ured and attached to five other redesigned rock­ets, pro­duc­ing a 72 unit hotel. Six launches will be used to place 36 satel­lites in orbit (shar­ing the cost). With each satel­lite launch, extra weight in acces­sories will be lifted off Earth and attached to the fuel tanks. Cas­ings will be re posi­tioned also. Every six suc­cess­ful launches leaves enough pieces to build a fully func­tional orbit­ing hotel in LEO. All this so we can be LivingInSpace.