Friday, July 7, 2017

Space1 Rotational Space Dimension

1st Rotational Space Mission takes place at the capitol city of Taiwan in the Pacific Ocean
Rotational Space Dimension
Pacific Ocean Rotational Dimension Space Mission
What in the world is a Rotational Space Dimension? It may be one of the most useful types of new travel dimensions in Space1's Space program. Enter this fascinating new dimensional world where the entire flight geometry takes place in a new rotational realm!

Remember yaw pitch and roll from your rocket science class? You can still experience the same yaw pitch and roll, except your mission world has rotated within the X dimension. The X dimension can do things for you that you never imagined before!

Space1 has invented the Rotational Space Dimension (RSD), designed to test rocket components, space packages and equipment in a new dimensional rotated direction. The RSD changes the dimensional yaw pitch and roll orientation that still exist but become realigned along a rotational component.

RSD can save millions of dollars in testing and flight missions by mathematically executed  trigonometric rotation of the orthogonal-to-Earth Z-axis component by 90 degrees resulting in a parallel X geometry component.

This component is less complex for space mission testing, and modules, packages, rockets, imaging equipment, and various flight dynamics such as power supply and battery levels. Electromagnetic radiation is able to travel along this component, making less expensive testing possible. RSD missions will likely be conducted with a new type of RSD craft.

The RSD at this testing phase is interested in tests with communications packages for space flight, the parameters of reception and transmission, and the characteristics of signals. RSDs can also test flight geometries and the effects of range on missions. RSDs are additionally ideal for flight simulations along this trigonometric component.

Missions sending humans, humanoids, equipment into the new dimension will save millions of dollars - Humanoido

The RSD space components are different, for example, the altimeter becomes a downrange mechanical component sensor rather than the typical electronic vertical height sensor dependent on air pressure within the troposphere and stratosphere.

The line of sight curvature of the Earth become significant at 24 miles distance in the X direction which limits the the testing dimension to this range. The majority of testing occurs at less than 24 miles so the approach is viable. Often testing is dictated by the clearance within line of sight distances, where objects can degrade both the optical component and any tests being made in the electromagnetic radio spectrum, as with telemetry for example.

Other great benefits: RSD dimension does not violate any known airspace treaty and does not require off shore oceanic domain. Flights do not show up on radar or air traffic. Dimensional craft may access a stealth mission mode for clandestine operations to maintain anonymity. Thus, it can be effectively used around large population cities following already established rulings with complete safety and conformity to international regulations.

Testing includes special instruments to gauge the distance of the rocket package where data logging of incremental X performance is a requirement. The first RSD space mission is scheduled to occur in the Pacific Ocean, at Taipei, the capitol city of Taiwan. It's expected that several members of the Space1 team will be present to initiate the mission and observe and data log the results.

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