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You may be a candidate for our team in the years to come.
Tasha9503 is tomorrow, designed with 1995, or better, technology.
As this Space Race continues I would like the world to use these transport vehicles to take several crews to the Moon, Mars, beyond and back.
I will not suggest any human leave the protection of this infrastructure after passing the Van Allan Belt, but you can enter any orbit around our sun.
It is a new rocket design that produces little space junk.
We have a satellite delivery system idea that produces zero space junk.
Each launch lifts six satellites and a 200 passenger landing vehicle to share the cost.
Lets imagine a $20,000,000 launch.
Each of the 200 passengers pays $40,000.
Each satellite pays $2,000,000
After six launches we attach the used rocket hardware, remove the tanks and reattach them to the outside, clean renovate, place the 36 satellites and open for rent.
The day we collect rent we will no longer be for sale.
Each hotel includes the six robotic arms to collect space junk in preparation for mining the Asteroid Belt.
Tasha9503 will be owned buy the people, initially used as HotelsInSpace, resorts APlaceInSpaceToPlay.
People with access to PayPal will soon be able to own the infrastructure in orbit.
In 1988 we started looking for all the reasons we can not move to space.
7 years we collected the sciences that say we can.
This infrastructure includes five levels of artificial gravity to remove the physical degeneration that prolonged exposure to zero-g brings.
It is a place for our children to live if an asteroid or a commit etc, hits Earth or global warming makes Earth uninhabitable by humans.
Launch costs, oxygen and water purification, food and sewage, Maintenance, Reproduction.
We found the solutions to all the stoppers and slow me downs and lowered the cost.
We still ask the world why they think we can not build these HotelsInSpace if funds were available?
If we can pass the Van Allan Belt, we can pass the Moon, Mars and beyond.
Each HotelsInSpace includes 12 staff units, 72 units with sleeping for three for rent, six cafeterias, six separate zero gravity sections, gardens to feed 36 people, internet connection to the world and access to the entire HotelsInSpace.
This is the place where many people can try ZeroGravitySex.
Depending on other’s transportation facilities, we feel any time under one week per year will not be usable, unused time accumulates.
Owning one week in one hotel unit when we first open for rent, means when we have 52 hotels you own 52 weeks.
In 2009 we showed the world our answers to why we can go.
Re design the HLV.
Lift 1,000,000 lbs of pre shaped HLV.
Re use the casings fuel tanks and software in orbit as infrastructure.
Lift six satellite payloads per launch, sharing the launch cost.
Attach 6 used rockets, clean, renovate and place the 36 satellites in their respective orbits.
Do it again, lifting another 1200 people, 36 satellites and building more HotelsInSpace.
CitySkapes above the clouds.
Get on board?
We can walk you through 1 of the 6 used rockets.
How many people died this month in car accidents?
How many died when swimming?
How many died in Boating accidents?
With 120 NASA shuttle launches, less than five burned on re-entry.
Less then 35 people die and less than 500 live to tell stories about space travel.
With 120 Tasha9503 launches, if 4 burn on re-entry, that’s 800 people die and 23,200 live to tell space stories.
We also end up with 19 HotelsInSpace.
Does that answer any questions about safety and do you have any other questions?