Living In Space Ships Involves Six Heavy Lift Vehicle Launches

Liv­ing in space requires a secure infra­struc­ture and here’s how that infra­struc­ture is estab­lished. Each rocket or heavy lift vehi­cle that is launched will con­tain one cargo bay con­tain­ing six satel­lites, more or less, depend­ing on the size of the satel­lites, and three fuel tanks. Each fuel tank will be housed in their own com­part­ment on sep­a­rate floors of the rocket shared with life sup­port sys­tem equip­ment. Along with the first rocket launched, an empty pas­sen­ger vehi­cle will be launched, but returned to Earth as soon as it reaches orbital alti­tude. The rea­son for it being launched empty and return­ing back to Earth is to reas­sure the pub­lic that a pas­sen­ger vehi­cle can suc­cess­fully be launched to orbital alti­tude and be able to return back to Earth. After all, peo­ple will want to return back to Earth after hav­ing spent some time in space, at least most people.

The sec­ond rocket will be launched in the same man­ner as the first along with a test launch of the pas­sen­ger vehi­cle to once again reas­sure the pub­lic of a safe return­ing jour­ney into space.

With each of the next four rocket launches, pas­sen­ger land­ing vehi­cles will also be launched; how­ever this time they will remain in space and orbit Earth along with the heavy lift vehi­cles. With six heavy lift vehi­cles, each con­tain­ing satel­lites and empty fuel tanks in orbit, ren­o­va­tions will begin. Ren­o­va­tions will be per­formed by robots and will include: attach­ing the rock­ets together, clean­ing out the spent fuel tanks, a total of 18 all together, and attach­ing and seal­ing the fuel tanks to the out­side of the struc­ture. Once this is done, com­plete ren­o­va­tions will be under­taken that will include: rooms, Jef­fer­tubes, elec­tri­cal and plumb­ing, state of the art elec­tron­ics, and every­thing needed to oper­ate HotelsIn­Space orbit­ing the planet Earth.

Com­plet­ing the Struc­ture to Trans­form into a spaceship.

Com­plet­ing the final struc­ture, now a glam­orous space hotel, two parts of it will be set in a rota­tional motion mag­net­i­cally thus pro­duc­ing arti­fi­cial grav­ity. With a spin­ning fully func­tional HotelsIn­Space, robotic arms can remove the satel­lites from the six cargo bays and fling them into space employ­ing a rota­tional sys­tem where the robotic arms rotate around the out­side struc­ture of the hotel. Along with the rota­tional action of the hotel struc­ture itself, satel­lites can be eas­ily flung into their own orbits any­where in the solar sys­tem depend­ing on the posi­tion of the hotel as it revolves around the planet.

Once all satel­lites have been sent off into their own orbits, the empty cargo bays will be used as Zero Grav­ity facil­i­ties for spe­cial events and pur­poses that requires Zero­Grav­ity such as some sport­ing and gam­ing events, Zero­Grav­i­ty­Sex or any­thing else that Humans could enjoy in a Zero­Grav­ity envi­ron­ment such as cre­at­ing spe­cial effects for fea­ture films.
Once we lift 1200 more peo­ple and 36 more satel­lites, we have another space­ship.
Oh! Did I tell you? We can re use the used rocket engines as catch­ers mitts to col­lect Space­Junk.
Deal­ing with Space­Junk is pre­lude to cap­tur­ing aster­oids to mine for the NextGen­er­a­tion to do.

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