Friday, December 9, 2016

Space1 Controlled Air Space

Space1 has installed a space system to create controlled air space for the launch of Class 1A space rockets at launch sites and spaceports. These rockets must traverse into and through the troposphere where other craft may reside. The objective is to avoid collision by an early warning system. The system creates a vertical column equal to twice the anticipated rocket altitude and a minimum of four times the diameter width of the normal launch space allotment window. The cylinder of safety is only controlled air space when the flight frequency of air flight controllers and planes are monitored in real time to determine positions of aircraft. The program is designed to operate far away from airports and installs a more significant margin of safety in remote regions.