Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Space1 Rockets & Space Program

Who will reach distant planets first to colonize and claim rich resources?
The space race has taken off between private companies! It's fantastic news of course that more companies are designing and creating rockets for space, but it's not a safety rocket in each example. Only S1 has the safety rocket and we keep our design details under wraps and a guarded secret.

More than 1200 new planets are up for grabs to space companies that can successfully use their technology to not only get there first but land and exploit planetary resources. It's envisioned that robotic humanoid colonies will appear first, constructing and developing the infrastructure for civilization.
We hope to have more rocket launches during FQ1 of 2017 at the new launch site and take more of the first registered batch into space as our world class privileged and history making tourists. Out of our hundreds of launches, every rocket has remained safe, and there are no blow ups whatsoever. We have a perfect track record.

Indeed SpaceX and others need more heavy lift cargo rockets that don't blow up. Their rocket technology is brutally not stable or safe, having blow ups and mishaps where people are killed. Until they change their rocket designs from ages past, it will not be totally be safe. We see many of the new space companies only change the fuel type and that does not make anything safer. People continue to die.

S1 is changing the way we go into space, making it safe and available to more than ever before. This year has seen improvements in our transfer systems, new electronics and flight packages, and a greater feature interface. S1 continues to develop new technology including our own space plane, which tourists may have the opportunity to pilot home, or partake in our amazing SH program of Ejectables, allowing one to don a super hero suit and fly back to Earth.

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Space1 June & July

Robot S1 Construct under skin
In June and July, S1 work was very busy and proceeded on the space hangar, housing, communications, property development, painting, construction of amenities, international travel passport, tools acquisition, and the construction of a new small transport vehicle.

Blogs were not written during this time period. Weather was very uncooperative with strong wind from 60 to 100 mph and extremely hot temperatures and humidity, alternating with rain every other day. Launch fields remained wet, muddy, and not available. Mosquitoes were estimated in the trillions during these two months and carried West Nile disease. A new computer system and wireless color printer was installed along with WIFI, transmitter and outside security cameras. A robot was brought into the main structure and equipping the rooms ensued.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Space1 Transmutational Rocket Lab

Potentials of instrumentation and control
Space1 Rocket Lab, S1 Lab, will be trans-mutated from the USA to Taiwan to avoid freezing Winter months. A subtropical Taiwan location offers mild climate year round with no snow or freezing temperatures, and plentiful e-parts along with lab equipment all available locally.

This season, the S1 Lab will be tailored with research and development specific to the task. Tasks are undisclosed at this time. It is, however, rumored that a new space system will be developed to be more effective in space travel by increasing the gain and sensitivity of the overall program.

This will open up new work in micro space technology. Space1 will have one job vacancy to be filled. Apply at Space1 Headquarters by email, submitting your CV.

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Monday, September 5, 2016

Space1 Quad Power Rocket

S1 has invented a spacecraft named the Quad Power Rocket QPR. The QPR is a combination of one quadcopter drone machine and a powerful rocket. The rocket accelerates at peak velocity and then the quad rotors take over to land the craft on the Earth. Some interesting features are as follows:

* The craft can land upright
* The craft can land at the launch site
* No parachute needed
* Directional landings
* Compensation for wind drift
* Easier find and recover
* Landings have soft deceleration
* No landing Gs

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