Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Space1 Shrinking Astronauts

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Shrinking Astronauts

Space1 is engaged in a scientific technical program to shrink astronauts to a minuscule size. Small astronauts have less weight, less mass, a smaller physical footprint, and in more advanced cases of technology can occupy the same space that other physical objects occupy.

Small astronauts with petite minuscule demeanor are at high demand in the space program. The process of shrinking an astronaut can result in a new being with features to enable faster travel, the ability to go farther on less rocket fuel, to reenter into the Earth's recovery zone more safely, and have less power requirements for life span and sustenance. Multiple numbers of shrunken space travelers can fit in a rocket space capsule simultaneously. Space1 astronauts are shrunken using a plethora of techniques.

01) Construction with lighter weight materials
02) Smaller physical size
03) Combining multiple components into one
04) Placing guts on the exoskeleton
05) Reducing essential components for one application
06) Electrodynamic components with no weight or volume**
07) Distributed attributes built into rocket walls
08) SMT parts instead of discrete
09) Nano components introduced
10) Create 3D printed parts
11) Create 2D printed exoskeleton
12) Linked remote components off-site
13) Smaller processor versions
14) Thinner packaging materials

**phasing dialectric force fields

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