The struggle Part 2

Before plac­ing each satel­lite in its indi­vid­ual orbit, the infra­struc­ture must be ren­o­vated and cleaned.

Once the Space­ship is oper­a­tional, one of the six robotic arms can be used to reach into the cargo bay, extract one of the satel­lites and begin spin­ning around the infra­struc­ture at a pre-designated speed.

Releas­ing the satel­lite, at the proper time, can place (throw) satel­lites into any orbit around our sun.

To reuse 100% of the HLV, even a use for the rocket engines was found.

With a lit­tle pre design engi­neer­ing, each rocket engine can be used as catcher‘s mitts, held by one or two of the robotic arms, catch­ing Space­Junk that passes close.

This same abil­ity can also be used at the Aster­oid Belt to cap­ture small aster­oids to study and mine.

 

Hav­ing some of the infra­struc­ture spin­ning within more of the infra­struc­ture that is spin­ning in the oppo­site direc­tion, all spin­ning around a piece of the infra­struc­ture that is sta­tion­ary pro­duces a mag­netic field sim­i­lar to Earth‘s magnetosphere.

Again with a lit­tle wiring we can increase the mag­ne­tos­phere if we need to.

The cen­ter of the infra­struc­ture has been left empty, hol­low, so all col­lected mag­netic solar radi­a­tion (plasma) will be mag­net­i­cally pro­pelled into the hol­low core.

Bor­row­ing from Star Trek, the cen­ter of the infra­struc­ture got named the PlasmaCore.

Exper­i­ment with cap­ping the ends of the Plasma core and col­lect­ing the gasses as we cool thee plsma.

Learn­ing form the Hadron Col­lider, the same tech­nol­ogy can be used to expel the col­lected plasma, pro­duc­ing a lit­tle trust.

The mini mag­ne­tos­phere allows the col­lec­tion of fuel (plasma) as we travel from one aster­oid to the next.

Cool the plasma to extract energy.

Col­lect­ing the plasma also opens whole new sciences.

What is it when we cool it to a gas?

How much thrust can be pro­duced releas­ing the gas?

What is it when we cool it to a liq­uid and how can we use that?

What is it when we cool it to a solid and how can we use it then?

Jan­u­ary First 2010, the idea was taken to the world with plans to mass pro­duce this Spaceship.

Invest­ment agen­cies around the world were e-mailed, intro­duc­ing them to the idea, hop­ing to find funds.

In 1988 the ques­tion was asked, why can we not mine the Aster­oid Belt to gather the mate­r­ial needed to man­u­fac­ture liv­ing accom­mo­da­tions on loca­tion if the Earth stops sup­port­ing humans?

The most com­mon answer was…

It will never happen.

The sec­ond most com­mon answer was…

It will take 50 years.

Sto­ries were remem­bered about Christo­pher Colum­bus being warned that if he sailed too far from land, he would fall off the edge of the Earth.

Sto­ries about how Thomas Edi­son worked in secret so he was not laughed at, try­ing to build the oil­less light, the elec­tric light bulb.

Sto­ries about the cave man being cursed by the fam­ily for brin­ing fire into the cave and sto­ries about ‘It will never fly Orville, you should be help­ing your dad on the farm’ buoyed me on.

Each rocket launch for the Space­ship will include the blue prints and tools to make the tools needed to repro­duce the space­ship at the Aster­oid Belt.

Then still, the Space­ship needs to be with-in a larger mag­ne­tos­phere of a planet to allow the extrac­tion of the all the newly cre­ated pieces from the min­ing of the Aster­oid Belt, to pro­duce the new Spaceship.

 

Today, the last miss­ing link is funding.

Tax dol­lars paid to pro­duce the tech­nol­ogy needed to build www.Spaceship.org

The Japan­ese paid for maglev technology.

Cana­di­ans gave robotics.

The space race paid for rocket science.

The met­al­lur­gists gave light strong materials.

Uni­ver­si­ties gave computers.

Peo­ple can grow gar­dens indoor.

Peo­ple have air con­di­tion­ers, water puri­fiers and car­bon scrubbers.

Tech­nol­ogy lets human waste quickly become pot­ting soil.

The Land­ing Craft (CRV) will land up to 213 peo­ple from outer space and will be about the size of the Shuttle.

Who is Tasha9503? http://livinginspace.org/living_in_space_contributors ?

Trevor Hugh Makondo Cooper and every one listed on http://www.tasha9503.com/tradesforownership.html.

Peo­ple, who con­tribute to the real­iza­tion of this project, with­out being paid, are listed as owners.

Will you join them/us?

All of this has been done before but this now with a new application.

Tasha9503 needs qual­i­fied peo­ple to…

- Unite all the technologies.

- Design the equip­ment to build the HLV.

- Con­tract out the design and pro­duc­tion of the CRV.

- Design the fac­to­ries to house the equip­ment to pro­duce the newly designed rockets.

- Buy the land on top of a moun­tain along the Equa­tor to build on.

- Build the roads, launch pad and hous­ing facilities.

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