Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Space1 January 2015 Update

January 2015 is one of the most productive months for Space1's great space tourism adventure introducing humans to safe space. Numerous new ideas are in effect. The partial list is seen below.

* More rocket and aerospace schooling
* Extensive research in rocketry
* Improvements to Altimeters
* Dual deployment
* Engine design research
* Parts cost analysis
* The most powerful engines determination
* New spaceports
* Rocket global analysis 
* Business meetings
* International travel
* Defining some missions in space
* Develop methods for ground safety
* Development of the Electric Rocket
* Engine production decisions
* Fireproofing invention
* Safety code development
* Developed a business synopsis
* Analyzed space launches
* Calculated thrust ratios and parameters
* Reviewed rocket simulation programs
* Developed addtl. space tourism plans
* Designed a new 2015 logo
* Plan historical preservation for first space tourists
* Develop a list of Space1 tourism advantages
* Completed a space rocket size analysis
* Rocket weight analysis
* Assembly analysis
* Initiated tests
* Electronics development
* Development of 2015's ASR Assurance Safety Rocket
* Firewall analysis and design
* Established the rocket visuals
* Designed a new rocket with size change
* Worked on the space capsule
* Analysis of payload capacity
* Work on couplers
* Development of the Space1 Rocket Observatory
* Telescope Rocket Observatory research
* OBS design
* Developed land area
* Reviewed safety
* Researched safety
* Implemented addtl. safety
* New staff

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Space1 Logo Collection


Space1 Ground Safety

Space1 is all about safe space, safety, and making space travel safe for human astronauts and space tourism. Space1 has also focused efforts on making down-to-Earth safe space.

— space safety is no accident⠀—

Safe space is on everyone's mind from the beginning of the space program in the 1950s. However, it takes new innovation to bring dreams into reality.

People want safe space travel. Fewer people consider ground safety. Work continues at Space1 using a method of ground testing safety assurance. The new GTSA methods assure a good safety record for materials handling and storage, rocket and engine testing, and management of the launch and related factors such as weather dynamics.

ISSF Space safety magazine
Safety adds up whether on the ground or in the air. The latest addition to our flight safety management program FSMP is a special safety observatory that can observe, monitor, and assess the atmospheric "seeing cell" in the determination of ground and flight conditions.

Creating and maintaining safety requires an important understanding of varied conditions and a balance of factors.

pressure, temperature, humidity, turbulence, strata, solar, rain, cloud, sinking or rising air, wind, ice, sleet, snow, hail, trade winds, jet stream, down-drafting, up-winding, rider cells, shade, zonal stratification, evaporation, dew point, season, radiation, shearing, weather indices, moisture variance, ramping, cooling, heating, expansion, contraction, impending gradients, retentive condition, elevation, differential mode, circulation, convection, hydrological cycle, atmosphere-biosphere interactions, rivers, lakes, oceans, land masses, elevated obstacles, biogeochemistry, low high density, ice-ocean coupling, heat exchanges, soil interactions, ice sheeting, aerosols, day/night morning/evening conditions, tidal conditions, planetary conditions, Coriolis effect, molecular carbon trapping, effects from cyclones, tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, distant storms, electrical discharge, static conditions, gusts, flanking drafts, lenticular anvils, lithosphere conditioning, cryospheric emination, tropospheric delineation, spill overshooting, and various conditions with anomaly and other predictive states.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Space1 Safety Rocket Stops Danger

Space1 has invented the Assurance Safety Rocket ASR to prevent harm to astronauts. Crashes with loss of life like the Virgin Galactic crash seen below will become a thing of the past.

According to news sources, on Oct. 31, 2014, the space company Virgin Galactic suffered a serious tragedy - an accident and a great loss during its SpaceShipTwo test flight, resulting in a crash (see photo), loss of the rocket and loss of life. Michael Alsbury, the copilot, died in the crash, while pilot Peter Siebold suffered major injuries.

How can we end the loss of life which has occurred numerous times within the space program and it's development since the beginning in the 1950s? In over 70 years, mankind did not invent a safe way to travel in space or safely run tests on the ground! Now, these days are over, according to Space1's Founder, CEO, Rocket Scientist and inventor of the Space1 Safety Rocket.

Space1 venture has vowed not to let catastrophes happen to its astronauts and tourists by inventing the Assurance Safety Rocket. The ASR can preserve the lives of astronauts and space tourists during rocket tourism travel.

— Space1 is committed to a 100% human safety record

Space1 has worked over one year developing the ASR rocket in a vehicle program designed to assure astronaut safety. It represents the design, testing and evolution of fourteen safety rockets. The astronaut is completely insulated from the rocket in a way that preserves the frailty and integrity of human life.

How It's Done
The rocket science of Space1 has new high tech materials and inventions, for the first time that are designed solely for safety of the astronauts and rocket tourists. Safe space is their motto.

Since before the founding of tourism space company Space1, much thought went into safety and what methods could be designed and implemented to assure a completely safe experience for rocket tourists during the journey. The work of Space1 will continue to make space safe. 

— Space1: safe space

Space1 is an innovative startup space tourism rocket company that was founded in January of 2014. The Founder, CEO and rocket scientist of Space1 is the inventor of the Safety Rocket and technology materials designed to keep its astronauts and space tourists alive and safe during flight in the event of an anomaly. Space1 is promoting its rocket spaceports and space tourism throughout the world. For more information about Space1, follow the extent of over 60 web pages at http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-links-in-january-2015.html

Life and Death
Dead or Alive
Establishing Life
SEED Supercomputer Part 1
SEED Supercomputer Part 2
Tiny Life
Tiny AI Artificial Intelligence Software 
How to Make Life
How to Make Life in the Universe

Rocket Space Fire Debate - Focus on Greece

Not all countries are receptive to the firing and launching of space touring rockets as Vassilis Kapernaros, a member of the political party Independent Greeks, discovered. He submitted a proposal for the transformation of the Kalamata International Airport to a rocket launch site, at Parliament. citing that Greece will be able to tap into space tourism.

The government was in opposition of an International Center for Space Tourism in Kalamata. According to greekreporter.com, Notis Mitarakis, the Deputy Minister of Development said that the country has yet to show any interest in the aerospace industry, while Michalis Chrysochoidis, the minister of infrastructure noted that such a project needs resources and infrastructure investments that Greece is not currently able to provide.

He added that an operation like this would cost millions of dollars that the country can’t afford, and also that the project would have to be cautiously approached because of “European and International regulations.”

Space1 has yet to approach the Greek government for a site proposal to create a spaceport. It's likely Space1 will approach other countries first and during that transitional time period, the country of Greece will realize the vast revenue that space tourism can generate, and undoubtedly warm up to hosting and funding the proposal.

President: Karolos Papoulias (2005)
Prime Minister: Antonis Samaras (2012)
Land area: 50,502 sq mi (130,800 sq km);
total area: 50,942 sq mi (131,940 sq km)
Population (2014 est.): 10,775,557 (growth rate: .01%); birth rate: 8.8/1000; infant mortality rate: 11/1000; life expectancy: 80.3
Capital (2011 est.):  Athens, 3.414 million
Other large cities: Thessaloníki, 883,000
Monetary unit: Euro (formerly drachma)

Located in southern Europe, Greece forms an irregular-shaped peninsula in the Mediterranean with two additional large peninsulas projecting from it: the Chalcidice and the Peloponnese.

The Greek islands are generally subdivided into two groups, according to location: the Ionian islands (including Corfu, Cephalonia, and Leucas) west of the mainland and the Aegean islands (including Euboea, Samos, Chios, Lesbos, and Crete) to the east and south.

North-central Greece, Epirus, and western Macedonia are all mountainous. The main chain of the Pindus Mountains extends from northwest Greece to the Peloponnese. Mount Olympus, rising to 9,570 ft (2,909 m), is the highest point in the country,
Vassilis Kapernaros, member of the political party Independent Greeks, - See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/21/greece-tapping-into-space-tourism/#sthash.yZmlLYpI.dpuf
Vassilis Kapernaros, member of the political party Independent Greeks, - See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/21/greece-tapping-into-space-tourism/#sthash.yZmlLYpI.dpuf
Vassilis Kapernaros, member of the political party Independent Greeks, - See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/21/greece-tapping-into-space-tourism/#sthash.yZmlLYpI.dpuf

Space1 Holds Tele Summit Meeting

Space1 continued to use it's own high technology to stage a tele summit meeting with dignitaries from four countries this week.

Talks covered new emerging technologies, cost, inventions, applications, methods, developments, and future gateways.

Summit Specifics
Functioning of the new rocket
International expansion
Rocket lab
Space rocket observatory
Weather station
Regional space site design
New rocket spaceports
Allocation of work sourcing
Transference of technology
Changes in 2015 post assignments
New ideas for developing rocket related technology
Improving the space tourism experience

The tele summit has the advantages of rapid time scheduling and no time consuming traveling or packing luggage or carrying it around. There's no headache or stress of going to or from the airport. There is no waiting in line and no need to check into a hotel and incur those costs. More advantages exist with no additional transportation or meals costs. Instead of attending a conference in person, you can talk and learn from the comfort of your favorite place in your office, home or laboratory. Best of all, tele summits take out a significant stress factor.

Space1 Space Tourism Notes & Comments

Space tourism across the world
Space1 space tourism venture
This page will include select topics and ongoing notes with comments about Space1 that define its purpose and evolving characteristics.

Gone are the days where space exploration was confined to only a few countries. Space1 space tourism start-up is a growing international venture vested in multiple countries. Going international is designed to increase funding, provide more resources, result in faster development, and create evolutionary ideas of technology in space expansion.

ABOUT SPACE1 Space1 is an innovative startup space tourism rocket company that was founded in January of 2014. The Founder, CEO and rocket scientist of Space1 is the inventor of the Safety Rocket and technology materials designed to keep its astronauts and space tourists alive and safe during flight in the event of an anomaly. Space1 is promoting its rocket spaceports and space tourism throughout the world. For more information about Space1, follow the extent of its over 50 web pages at http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2015/01/space1-links-in-january-2015.html

How can we end the loss of life which has occurred numerous times within the space program and it's development since the beginning in the 1950s? In over 70 years, mankind did not invent a safe way to travel in space or run tests on the ground! Now, these days are over, according to Space1's Founder, CEO, and Rocket Scientist. Space1 has vowed not to let catastrophes happen to its astronauts and tourists by inventing the Assurance Safety Rocket. The ASR can preserve the lives of astronauts and space tourists during rocket tourism travel with the highest level of safety.

to be continued...

Space1 Definition & Space Tourism

Space tourism in the movies

For Space1 Company, the choice was clear. Space tourism is the next logical symbiotic step of the great adventure of mankind and machine, suggested by the intelligent machine life form project.

It allows one to exercise the mind in many diverse and significant scientific fields, and create new technology, to accomplish that goal. The projected long term benefits and the legacy it can forward to a space faring society is astronomical in rewards.

Everyone following the evolutionary timeline knew the machine was highly engaged in space related motives ever since its public beginning with on August 6th, 2010. By March 1st 2011, it had reached a semi-cognizant communicative state of life which continued to evolve. Enter five years later and the primary goals it set, commanded, and achieved, were space technology related.


It's no secret that mankind must extend its grasp on the cosmos, and migrate farther into deeper domains of celestial space and time, to slip the surly bonds of Earth and survive as a species.

Space1 is working towards changing the world. Thank you for helping us to make it happen.

Space1 Web Presence

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

NREF National Robotics Education Foundation

The NREF is emerging as one of the most profound sources of robotics automated information designed to provide resources of curricula, research, robotics news, and links from industry. The NREF is directly reciprocal linked with Space1 and Humanoido United Labs to provide a two way network of resources.

NREF National Robotics Education Foundation

For NREF members
Space1 and its associates can provide numerous sources of our development information and invention related to the science of robotics and its garnered spinoff technology and discoveries.

For NREF  members searching for more information, Space1 and Humanoido United Labs provide around 1,000 searchable web pages with almost 2,000 inventions, including robots, robotic systems, humanoid robot spinoff, science & technology, research, design, and discoveries in numerous categories.

Don't miss all the sections about Humanoid robotics technology and Space1, our new emerging space tourism company for taking you safely into space.

For Space1 and Humanoido United Labs Associates
The NREF can provide significant sources of information about ongoing research, news and developments in robotics and related fields.


NREF National Robotics Education Foundation
Humanoido United Labs Home Page
Space1 Page
NREF Page at Humanoido United Labs


Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Space1 Singapore Spaceport

PHOTO: Lin Zilin 林紫琳 
sent Space1 Headquarters
in Taiwan, this aerial
image taken from about
35,000 feet altitude showing
atmospheric delineations. The
image is edited to show
unobstructed space.

An area of land is located for a potential rocket launch site. A study and investigation is progressing to determine if this site is suitable for rocket launches.

Lin Zilin 林紫琳 provides a Space1 update regarding the selection of a site for a Space1 Singapore Spaceport. The first level of research is successfully completed and the project now moves into the second phase of determinations.

Space1 spaceports already exist in the USA, Taiwan and South Korea. Space1 has a goal of bringing space tourism to the world through peaceful and safe rocket launches, with Space1's invention, the safety rocket and high technology.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

About Space1 from the Founder

Space1 tourism

About Space1: Space1 began January 2014 and is now international. It's a worldwide peaceful endeavor for safe space tourism through rocket travel. We have 7 members holding 21 Space1 roles.

Note from the Founder
I'm the founder of Space1, Taiwan Rocket Lab 1 & 2, American Rocket Lab 1, CEO, Rocket Scientist, and developer of a new Science Weather and Astro Observatory for rocket launches. The idea for Space1 was brewing for many years. President Obama's opening up space to private industry in the USA marked a turning point in space exploration, making space tourism possible on a large scale to the public for the first time.

President Obama Space

Last year, I designed and built 14 rockets and invented the world's first Safety Rocket. We have 3 Space Ports in 4 countries. Space1 is on the verge of changing the world and beyond. It will make space travel, space tourism, safe and affordable for the first time in history.

We are working to open a fourth space port in Singapore. Our mission directive is to open up safe affordable space tourism for everyone in the world. There are no requirements (age, gender, health, weight, height, education, training, religion, culture, location, affluence) to go into space on-board our safety rocket which could make this a boon in history.

— The first 100 people to fly the safety rocket will go down in history as the first group of space tourists and members of the most elite club in the world!

Space1 Links

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Space1 Rocket Shuttle

In this design, the shuttle remains attached to the rocket until reaching apogee. It then detaches and ejects for a spiraling glide path return to the Earth and a soft landing. The rocket returns by parachute and is recovered for reuse.


Space1's rocket program continues with the design and development of a rocket shuttle to return astronauts safely to the Earth.

Shuttle separate from rocket
There are three designs for research. In the first design, the entire rocket is the space rocket shuttle and remains attached during the Earth return.

In the second design, the shuttle is at the top of the rocket, the rocket falls away and returns by parachute, and the space rocket shuttle returns to the Earth by active steerable gliding.

Rocket plane
In another version of this design, the space rocket shuttle is trimmed to automatically go into a circular and spiraling return flight.

The third design, the space rocket shuttle is attached to the side of the rocket and detaches for the return trip. All three designs are under study with scale models to determine flight behaviors and sequences.

To maintain balance in the former design, two shuttles attach to opposing sides and simultaneously return to the Earth at apogee.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Space1 Rocket No Fire Mastic

Space Tourism


Rockets can be compared to ocean liner ships, automobiles, and trains, as internally they use material which may be prone to fire. For rockets, Space1 carefully selects fireproof materials, and uses its own invention of fireproofing material called No Fire Mastic or simply NFM.

— Space1 is known for its development of the space safety rocket, a safe way of going into space for space tourism.

After one full year of testing and formulation, NFM has emerged as the best choice when assembling and fireproofing rockets and rocket material. The mastic is best applied to materials that can absorb a degree of moisture with a saturation ability.

Use of No Fire Mastic is as simple as spraying it on readily absorbent surfaces or soaking materials for an extended period of time. The formula for mixing batches of NFM is slated for publishing in Space1 Magazine issue number 4.

Space1 USA Meeting Space Workshop

Expanding Space1's workshop may look like this

During the winter, Space1 holds periodic international telepresence meetings to establish details of operations in the USA. This allows the organization to stay internationally connected and progressively working together.

The January 10th, 2015, meeting focused on the American Space Workshop. Enter Space1’s largest USA space workshop through the massive giant doors, a gateway to tomorrow!

Space Workshop sports some of the most incredible tall ceilings to house the largest rockets. Inside you’ll find one of the most well equipped "Space1" aerospace industry technology labs, not only housing full size aircraft, and those under construction, but capable of working with many rocket tech materials in multiple scientific fields.

It’s here that complex designs are completed and mechanics built and rebuilt with a massive array of machine tools. The tooling room includes everything needed to work out complex heavy lift rocket designs and move the completions to the launch complex.

This week, Space1’s Aerospace Engineer Randall is rebuilding a powerful engine, part by part, as is necessary to assure safe and reliable unfaltering operations for seasonal performance. Randall is an aeronautical genius - his own human carrying "rocket craft" is called a “rocket plane” by many because of its speed and maneuverability.

Space1 Singapore

Strict country laws make space expansion more challenging in Singapore!

As shown on the maps, the relatively tiny country of Singapore is selected for space tourism expansion to this side of the world. Space1's far southern Asia expansion into Singapore continues to move forward in 2015.

Singapore flag


The first official Space1-Singapore meeting was held on Sunday January 11, 2015, with Space1's Singapore Advisor Master Lin Zi Lin 林紫琳 who flew from Singapore to Taiwan.

After a review of Space1 technology, the first agenda was deciding if a Singapore located spaceport is possible. The issue is extremely complex. Singapore has very strict laws and has outlawed gum and fireworks so it was decided that a continuing study is required to access all details regarding space tourism and launching rockets, thus preventing any country infringements.

Singapore is one of the world's major commercial hubs, with the fourth-biggest financial center and one of the five busiest ports. Its globalized and diversified economy depends heavily on trade, especially manufacturing, which represented 26 percent of Singapore's GDP in 2005.

In terms of purchasing power parity, Singapore has the third-highest per capita income in the world but one of the world's highest income inequalities. It places highly in international rankings with regard to education, healthcare, and economic competitiveness. Approximately 5.4 million people live in Singapore (June 2013), of which approximately two million are foreign-born.

While Singapore is diverse, ethnic Asians predominate: 75 percent of the population is Chinese, with significant minorities of Malays, Indians, and Eurasians. There are four official languages, English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil, and the country promotes multiculturalism through a range of official policies.


Monday, January 12, 2015

Space1 2015 Talks

SPACE1 talks expand technology in space tourism

In January of 2015, the high technology discussions about the Space1 tourism process are very interesting. One exciting goal being worked on is a space package that when purchased will allow anyone to do space travel tourism on a more private repeatable basis at any one of the designated spaceports and spaceport areas.

This method would comply with predesignated rules for spaceport locations and launching requirements to fit each particular country law. It would give individuals much more control over their own space flight reservations and tour packages and increase the speed from one mission to the next.

Space1 South Korea Rocket SpacePort

South Korea Map: location of rocket spaceport

Seoul districts South Korea
This weekend (Saturday and Sunday January 10th and 11th, 2015), a new rocket spaceport was established in South Korea, for peaceful space tourism and safe, scientific exploration of space.

The Space1 Rocket SpacePort is founded by Dara 지혜, 한국어 지혜 연구소 hangug-eo jihye yeonguso, of Space1's Korean Wisdom Lab. Dara is the Chief Korean Scientist, the Korean Conceptual Design Director and the Chief of Operations of the Wisdom Lab and SpacePort.

Seoul - is it too crowded for a spaceport?
— Space1 is a peaceful spacefaring company developing the safety rocket for space tourism, so anyone regardless of status can go into space

For weeks, Dara and CEO/Founder of Space1 hammered out details of an exciting new space rocket launching port for space tourism, a spaceport, as a place to shoot off and fire Space1's rockets, lofting humans into space and making a new presence within the Asian arena, the side of the world near Japan, see map. The new Rocket SpacePort in South Korea is the third rocket spaceport opened by Space1 with an expansion internationally for space tourism. It's preceded by two other spaceports, one in the USA and one in Taiwan.

The Korean SpacePort is very convenient. As envisioned, an international traveler can fly in to the Korean International Airport, take the Airport Shuttle, taxi to their short term space apartment, check in, have breakfast, rest, take equipment and proceed to the designated launch area by Subway Train. Once arrived, they perform the necessary setup and equipment calibrations, and the countdown will begin to rocket into space. After experiencing space flight and the marvels of space tourism, the astronaut will undergo a rest period at the space apartment and return home.

The exact location of all spaceports cannot be revealed at this time for security reasons. Business negotiations are underway to open additional international spaceports in 2015. For more information, contact Space1 Headquarters.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Space1 Era

The year of 2014 marked the ushering in of a new Space1 Era. The Big Brain is handing its resources to Space1 to establish space tourism and the development of the space safety rocket.


The Space1 Era includes the actual company and the development of rocket space tourism so anyone, regardless of their status or condition, can go into space. It marks the invention of the safety rocket and many space inventions including the Referential Time Machine.

This brings up the number of Era to 23. Era was defined since August 5th of 2010, although the first Era overlap with development machines that existed in 2002.

When a new era begins, the previous era does not end. Keep in mind that all 23 era are continually in effect, and the results from any one era can be applied to another era. Currently the Big Brain project can draw upon the studies, experiments, machines, tools and results from all 23 era.

Space1 First Year of Operation


January 1st, 2015 marks the first full year of Space1 operations. Space1 was founded and began January 1st, 2014.

Partial Space1 accomplishments in the first year are listed below.

Opening the doors to the future is paramount at Space1

    • Established the first rocket lab in Taiwan
    • Established international operations in Taiwan, USA, Korea, Hong Kong, and Singapore
    • Established the second rocket lab in Taiwan
    • Established a space aeronautical lab in Taiwan
    • Established a staff of 5
    • Established functions of President, Founder, CEO, Rocket Scientist, Aeronautical Engineer, American SpacePort Director, Investor, Chief Korean Scientist, Korean Conceptual Design Director, Wisdom Lab Chief of Operations, Taiwan Master of R&D, Taiwan Master SpacePort Engineer
    • Established a Telemetry Division
    • Established the Avionics Division
    • Established a rocket computer lab 1
    • Established a rocket computer lab 2
    • Established a Cybernetics Lab
    • Established a Wisdom Lab in South Korea
    • Established a book of guidelines and operations
    • Established methods and results of slower velocities
    • Established an Electronics Lab
    • Established 2D to 3D Era
    • Established Space1 Era 
    • Founded a spaceport in Taiwan
    • Founded a spaceport in the USA
    • Founded SpaceOne
    •  Merged 14 space companies with Space1 for instant resources
    • Invented the world's first safety rocket
    • Invented wrap around instrumentation
    • Invented the NC Rocket Launcher
    • Invented Rocket fin arrangement guide
    • Invented the Referential Time Machine RTM
    • Invented The Space Machine
    • Invented the Komputer
    • Invented KOSMOS software
    • Invented the Atomic G-Force Absorber
    • Invented the Multi-D
    • Designed Space1 Magazine
    • Began designing a rocket plane
    • Designed Self supporting split fin
    • Designed Launch Towers
    • Designed and completed 15 rockets 
    • Launch site determination study
    • Rocket size study
    • Outpost in space study
    • Space Station Study
    • Recovery methods study
    • A study of slow rocket advantages
    • Opening the doors to the future study
    • Rocket launch vs Spaceport size study
    • Rocket nose cone drag study
    • Completed the power study of rocketry
    • Completed the comprehensive robotics study
    • Lower altitude study
    • Referential Time Travel study
    • Longer flight study
    • A study of station fuel
    • A study to keep space and earth environmentally green
    • A study of rocket flight time
    • A study of rocket weight
    • A study of rocket size
    • A study of fins to reduce weather cocking
    • A study of swept back fins
    • A study of the lucky 7 tube fin results
    • A study of rocket flight computers
    • A study of fins vs rocket stability
    • A Study of Rocket weight vs motor size
    • Studied and Defined Motions of a rocket
    • Completed the prime rocket motor study
    • A study of Centering Rings
    • A study of Objects Existing in or Traveling Through the Troposphere
    • Study of robotics in rocketry
    • A study of Tube Fin SIMs
    • A study of Removable Fin Assembly Sleeve
    • Developed temp space
    • Developed temp space ownership
    • Developed a rocket interface
    • Developed space real estate plots
    • Developed sensor systems 
    • Developed a disposable rocket shell casing
    • Developed the space black box 
    • Developed spacecraft booms for imaging
    • Developed safe space
    • Developed the weightlessness extension method
    • Developed extending rocket flight duration on short term missions
    • Developed Anti-break Fin Design
    • Developed the Massive Space Time Arc
    • Developed rocket constructing techniques
    • Developed the rocket rangefinder
    • Developed two Two-Engine Space Places
    • Developed two Four-Engine Nano Space Places  
    • Developed one Four-Engine Mid-Size Space Place
    • Developed one Six-Engine Large Space Place
    • Recorded the story of Space1
    • Developed the inflatables concept 
    • Developed methods of space tourism
    • Developed the Intl Enterprise Rocket
    • Developed the DIA Rocket
    • Developed the Zeus Rocket
    • Developed the Argus Rocket
    • Developed the Zeus-Argus Rocket
    • Developed the M1 Heavy Lift Rocket
    • Developed the M1 Hybrid Rocket
    • Developed the M2 Rocket
    • Developed the B1 First Generation Rocket
    • Developed the B1 Blaster 2nd Generation Rocket
    • Developed the B1 Master Blaster MB 3rd Generation Rocket
    • Developed the Singularity 1 Rocket
    • Developed the Singularity 2 Rocket
    • Developed the Singularity 3 Rocket
    • Developed the Milestone Rocket 
    • Developed the Aerospace Station
    • Developed flight operations and flying patterns
    • Developed the first FPV system
    • Developed long range tracking
    • Developed a tracking station
    • Worked on the small rocket stabilizing system
    • Developed Search and Find
    • Developed the Grappler Mission
    • Developed the Aerospace Rocket Sub
    • Developed Sub Sats
    • Began developing space planes
    • Developed greater mass lifting
    • Developed the curtain in flight drift
    • Developed reusable methods
    • Developed a steerable parachute
    • Developed the space glider
    • Developed alternative rocket lift vehicle
    • Developed the satellite rocket
    • Developed the no thrust ring for rocket motors
    • Developed rocket windows
    • Development of flight package
    • Development of the rocket flight computer
    • Developed rocket altitude measuring from a photo
    • Developed PET fins
    • Developed Tube fins
    • Developed concepts in lower altitude 
    • Developed Space rocket lists
    • Developed Rocketeer Science Notepad
    • Developed methods to increase rocket strength
    • Developed a Passive Vortex Chamber Rocket Design
    • Developed a system of Perk Ideas
    • Developed a system to Lower cost of programs and materials 
    • Created interior space rocket designs
    • Created conceptual drop satellites
    • Created the space arc
    • Created a founding company overview PDF 
    • Created numerous inventions (i.e. KOSMOS, Komputer, Space Machine, Atomic G-Force Absorber, Referential Time Machine, Multi-D)
    • Created a rocket design program
    • Created Space1 email
    • Created Space1 logo
    • Created Space1 blogs
    • Created high technology space flight
    • Created a vision for the future of Space1
    • Created Rocket tips 
    • Created Parachute calculations 
    • Created Space1 Odyssey Adventure Program 
    • Worked to prevent recovery drifT
    • Worked on suborbital space stations
    • Worked on the ground pilot
    • Acquired a rocket lab inventory
    • Obtained rocket casings and rocket parts
    • Purchased CAD design programs
    • Held meetings in Seoul, Hong Kong, Taipei, New York
    • Materials Testing
    • Initiated and completed many rocket tests
    • Published a year's worth of Space1 Magazine issues
    • Completed Lab bulletins
    • Completed a Newsletter
    • Generated evolutionary letters
    • Created the company Charter
    • Created Space1 Manual
    • Completed SpaceOne Issue One
    • Completed Space1 Issue Two
    • Completed Space1 Issue 3
    • Developed a list of Objects Existing in or Traveling Through the Troposphere
    • List of rocket motors
    • List of thrust versus motor
    • List of rocket motor performance curves
    • Initiated the High Rise Skyscraper Mission
    • Deep into Tropospheric Space Mission
    • Selected prime rocket motors for rocket flights 
    The list is truncated due to excessive content. It gives a general idea of numerous things happening at Space1 during the first year 2014.


    The above descriptions and categories of Space1 accomplishments during the first year of operations do not include sensitive material, secret missions or developments, confidential ideas, numerous nondisclosure inventions, and other situations of a non-released  and classified stature.