sexta-feira, 19 de agosto de 2011

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Outer Space [Infographic]

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Outer Space [Infographic]:

Well, kind of. You probably know some of these (thanks, Alien!), but there’s interesting info between the points that are pretty obvious.

(Clicking the image will take you to a slightly larger version.)


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Between here and the moon, all the steps are ready.
Now, the infrastructure that can take you to the moon is the same infrastructure that can take you to Mars, Venus ant the Asteroid Belt.
The same infrastructure that is needed to support humans on the way to the moon can support humans as they approach the forth GasGiant.
Having all the equipment built in, the infrastructure can travel through the Asteroid Belt, capturing small asteroids, 7 meter diameter max, then mine, smelt and manufacture reproductions, on location.
No more lifting off planets.
The same infrastructure can be moved to Saturn and mine the rings to supply the water in the replicas built at the Asteroid Belt..
The infrastructure is designed so replicas can be attached end to end.
With six launches we will have one piece of infrastructure in space that will produce the profits to mass produce more.
Each one piece infrastructure can produce food to support 36 people.
Each piece of infrastructure can sleep 216 people as HotelsInSpace when food is lifted with the people.
The dream hit film in 1904.
In 1988 Trevor joined the dream.

In 1961, the first man went to space and came back.
Fifty years later, Tasha9503 wants to lift 213 people per launch and reuse the hardware that lifted them as infrastructure in Space.
In 1995, the technologies became available to allow long term AwayMissions.
In 2005, all the same technology got designed into a Hotel we plan to mass produce, Low In Earths Orbit (LEO)
In 2007, was put on the net show how we can do what we say.
In 2009, it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satellite, Tasha9503 plans to lift six satellites per launch and charge $6,000,000 each. (2009 dollars)
In 2010, was used to show everyone what we will have when we use the new design for the rocket hardware.
In 2010, was produced to create the ability to sell 85% of the infrastructure Tasha9503 puts in LEO.
Offering time and profit shares to those who invest the start up expense.
In 2011, was added to open up communications.
In 2011, was added so we had a Blog.
Each link is different but all on the topic of HotelsInSpace by Tasha9503.
We need a site builder who can extract all the information from each of these sites, then design and build a site that sells the concept.

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