Living in Space Begins with the Launch

Liv­ingLn­Space is expen­sive and it will only be prac­ti­cal for the masses when pro­duc­tion is less expen­sive and totally effi­cient. There­fore, a build­ing in space capa­ble of accom­mo­dat­ing hun­dreds of peo­ple should be designed and con­structed with mate­r­ial that has been used in another capac­ity; specif­i­cally, a build­ing that is con­structed from the vary mate­r­ial that launched it in the first place.

That mate­r­ial I’m refer­ring to is the Heavy Launch Vehi­cles (HLV) that arrived in Low Earth Orbit with their pay­loads. The HLV must be designed in a way that allows it to eas­ily be cleaned, ren­o­vated and attached to other HLVs to pro­duce the needed infra­struc­ture in space.

Until 2011, all rock­ets lift one satel­lite at a time or two if both satel­lites are in the same orbit, sep­a­rated by a short dis­tance, but with a newly designed HLV, one rocket will be able to lift six or more satel­lites, depend­ing on their size and weight. In 2009, it costs 20 mil­lion dol­lars to lift one satel­lite. Six satel­lites will be able to be lifted with one HLV at a cost of 7 mil­lion dol­lars each, sav­ing 13 mil­lion dol­lars per satel­lite lifted into Earth’s orbit, accord­ing to Tasha9503.(1999 prices)

The types of satel­lites that could be lifted at this cost include: com­mu­ni­ca­tion, GPS, and tele­vi­sion to name a few. This is big busi­ness and its prof­its will go toward the real­ity of humans liv­ing in space. From this design of space infra­struc­ture, satel­lites can be pro­pelled to the depths of our solar sys­tem or placed in an orbit around a par­tic­u­lar planet or other heav­enly body that has enough grav­ity to keep the satel­lite at a con­sis­tent orbit.

Here’s How It Works

Each HLV will be equipped with a robotic arm. When 6 HLV are attached, cleaned and ren­o­vated, to pro­duce one piece of infra­struc­ture, the six robotic arms will be deployed to sling its cargo of satel­lites into their own pre­des­tined orbits.

Think of the HLV as a con­tainer that trans­ports its cargo, and then becomes a sec­tion of infra­struc­ture that can be used as HotelsIn­Space, accom­mo­dat­ing hun­dreds of visitors.

Once the struc­ture is joined, ren­o­vated and cleaned, it will have been trans­formed into a beau­ti­ful hotel that has the capac­ity to not only exist in space, but also to travel in space to the depths of our solar sys­tem with 12 per­son crews.

Spe­cially equipped vehi­cles, sim­i­lar to the space shut­tle, (smaller and lighter) will be lifted with each launch to trans­port human vis­i­tors to and from the HotelsIn­Space. Dock­ing facil­i­ties will also be built onto each of the HLV’s so each of the HotelsIn­Space will have six dock­ing bays to assure a safe and com­fort­able tran­si­tion from the trans­port vehi­cle to the HotelsInSpace.

11 comments

  1. Post this story if you want us to build HotelsIn­Space.
    Here is a vehi­cle that can take you to any orbit in this solar sys­tem.
    Or pro­duce rental income here at Earth.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivHAO96FIiw
    In 1961, the first man went to space and came back.
    Fifty years later, Tasha9503 wants to lift 213 peo­ple per launch and reuse the hard­ware that lifted them as infra­struc­ture in Space.
    In 2007, http://www.tasha9503.ca/ was put on the net show the new shape of the HLV (rocket) and where we posi­tion every­thing.
    In 2009, it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satel­lite, Tasha9503 plans to lift six satel­lites per launch and charge $6,000,000 each. (2009 dol­lars)
    In 2090, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivHAO96FIiw was used to show what we will have when we use the new design for the rocket.
    In 2009, http://www.LivingInSpace.ca/ was pro­duced to cre­ate the abil­ity to sell 85% of the infra­struc­ture Tasha9503 puts in LEO to raise start up costs.
    Offer­ing time and profit shares to those who invest the start up expense.
    In 2011, http://www.LivingInSpace.org/ was added to open up com­mu­ni­ca­tions.
    Each link is dif­fer­ent but all on the topic of HotelsIn­Space by Tasha9503.
    We need a site builder who can extract all the infor­ma­tion from each of these sites, then design and build a site that sells the concept.

  2. Putting­Peo­pleIn­Space
    In 1961, the first man went to space and back.
    Fifty years later, Tasha9503 wants to lift 213 peo­ple per launch and reuse the hard­ware that lifted them as infra­struc­ture in Space, rather than let it burn up or fall into the ocean.
    In 2007, http://www.tasha9503.ca was put on the net to show what we can do and how we can do it.
    In 2009, it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satel­lite, Tasha9503 plans to lift six satel­lites per launch and charge $7,000,000 each. (2009Dollars) Every­one saves money.
    In 2009, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivHAO96FIiw was used to show every­one what we will have when we use the new design for the rocket hard­ware.
    In 2009, http://www.LivingInSpace.ca was pro­duced to cre­ate the abil­ity to sell 85% of the infra­struc­ture Tasha9503 puts in LEO.
    Offer­ing time and profit shares to those who invest the start up expense.
    We put together a busi­ness plan. http://tasha9503.com/Business%20Plan.pdf
    And we keep track of all con­trib­u­tors. http://tasha9503.com/tradesforownership.html
    In 2011, http://www.LivingInSpace.org was added for com­mu­ni­ca­tions.
    Each link is dif­fer­ent but all on the topic of HotelsIn­Space by Tasha9503.
    We need a site builder who can extract all the infor­ma­tion from each of these sites, design and build a site that sells the con­cept, them we build and pay profit shares.
    Like. share, show this video if You want us to build and add inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions, play things.

  3. rodney says:

    so i think theres great poten­tial here, im look­ing to invest, how­ever i feel the amount of peo­ple it would take and the amount of money you would need for infra­sruc­ture it could never hap­pen the way we would like. In the video there was an area with green­space. i like that alot. how­ever theres no oxy­gen in space what are your plans for achiev­ing that? how many peo­ple have joined in so far? where is this being built right now that i can view it and poten­tially invest..thank you Mr.T Cooper

    • livinginspace says:

      Yes there is great poten­tial, how­ever we need 1,000,000 peo­ple to invest $25/week for 7 years. Or we need 2,000 mil­lion­aires to invest $3,788,000 each.
      Each launch lifts one, 213 pas­sen­ger land­ing craft and enough food to feed the peo­ple for the length of their stay. Each launch also lifts 6 satel­lite pay­loads to help share the costs. We also lift water and oxy­gen, hydro­gen, and many other chem­i­cals, using the rocket hard­ware as infra­struc­ture in space..
      The HotelsIn­Space are sealed units with no win­dows or extra vehic­u­lar activ­i­ties. For more infor­ma­tion tasha9503.ca, tasha9503.com We keep track of all con­trib­u­tors and investors. http://tasha9503.com/tradesforownership.html

    • The atmos­phere will be lifted with each launch, See ISS.
      How many peo­ple have con­tributed can be found on (a not yet updated page) http://tasha9503.com/tradesforownership.html
      Until we have investors, these space­ships will remain unfunded and just a good idea.
      We esti­mated the cost of the land, roads, fac­to­ries, launch­pad, tax’s, raw mate­ri­als, Util­i­ties etc. $7,488,000,000 USD.

  4. livinginspace says:

    We are see­ing space planes designed for lift­ing up to seven peo­ple (see http://www.virgingalactic.com/). Tasha9503 plans on lift­ing 213 per launch.

  5. livinginspace says:

    They have a hotel accom­mo­da­tions to sleep up to 7, we plan to sleep 216.
    They plan to lift up to 7 peo­ple, we plan to lift 213 per launch.
    They offer a zero grav­ity expe­ri­ence, we offer 6 lev­els of arti­fi­cial grav­ity includ­ing 0g and 2g.
    They own their ser­vices, we are sell­ing the infra­struc­ture so you the peo­ple can col­lect profit shares every time some one rents space in space.

  6. I am will­ing to look at your work. Please send any arti­cles you want to write, and me to post, to trevor@tasha9503.com
    I will read and decide to post or not. I may edit to keep it in con­text with get­ting off this beau­ti­ful planet. Please keep the arti­cles on the topic of the HotelsIn­Space as seen in the video.

  7. Share us with every­one, twice.

  8. Dave says:

    I can adver­tise this site extremely well… But the tar­get audi­ence of my adver­tis­ing would bring all kinds of peo­ple here to trash talk the hell out of this place.… but u might gain a lot of pop­u­lar­ity.… I found this web­site on a pole in town.. lol..

    • in 1949 it was impos­si­ble,. In 1961 man went to space and back. 1995 all the tech­nol­ogy was avail­able to build these HotelsIn­Space that can be used as space­ships to mine the aster­oid belt. But I can not afford it. If I sell some to you for cap­i­tal, I will use that cap­i­tal to pro­duce a web­site that will sell it to oth­ers. If some­one wants to buy 51%, that still leaves 34% for every­one else. So if you tell 2 peo­ple and they tell 2 peo­ple it may take another 50 years. If you tell 10,000 peo­ple, twice, and they each tell 2, that will speed us up.

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