Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Space1 Launching Systems

The complexity of NASA's Kennedy Space Center Launch Pad 39A in Florida

Space1 has approved the design and construction of a completely new launching system. The new system offers remote ignition of launch missions for safety and bleed off neutralization to quickly reach a nominal state.

The new system handles rockets with an improved thrust nozzle capable of reaching greater apogees. The new system is carefully designed to lower the velocity of the rocket during the mission to create a more enjoyable ride for tourists. G-forces are lessened and longer missions are possible for greater viewing.

The launcher is designed to handle real time fueling and pressurization at crucial moments. It has a tanking interface for loading. The design is portable and can be moved from one site to another. The launcher could be attached to ships in free zone waters or aerodynamic planes and dimensional surfaces.