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Author Topic: Sending your projects into space, via private companies  (Read 1292 times)

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Sending your projects into space, via private companies
« on: March 04, 2016, 10:56:38 PM »
I don't think it's too far fetched to say it is now possible( or just about ) for people with access to sufficient resources,  to consider sending their projects into space.
(  I know I couldn't )

Firstly, some time ago I saw on the internet how a large home-made rocket,  it was basically just a very large over-sized home-made rocket in northern-europe,  somewhere,  had managed to get  a mobile-phone  into space to record images etc.   I don't know how close it got to the height of satellites,  or achieving an orbit etc.

But now,  different types of balloons,  and even a  radically-designed propeller-driven-glider-like-aircraft have  achieved  altitudes  where you can see the curvature of the earth .

My idea,  is that by using either one of the different types of  balloons,  or,  even something like the radically-designed propeller-driven glider-like-aircraft   that have achieved  altitudes  where you can see the curvature of the earth,    you could use these methods to carry a  Suitable-Rocket up to a very high altitude,   and then launch it to reach the desired altitude.

Government-Space-Agencies  have all kinds of different agendas,  which make them unsuitable for carrying out smaller projects,  some of which could have unknown potential.

An example project, and the most difficult one I can think of,  would be to send  very-small  robotic-craft or vehicles,  to the moon,  to either see how man-made materials left there,  have fared,  or to explore new areas of the moon,  and all kinds of different things.   
  Of course,  I assume it would not be possible for a  private-project  like the one I am describing, to carry enough thruster-fuel into space,  to get to the moon,  but I don't know much about alternative  space-thruster  technology that has been proven to work.

Obviously, by using unmanned and tiny robotic-craft and vehicles,  you should be able to very significantly reduce the amount weight that has to be carried up into space,  etc,  especially with today's incredibly small technology .   

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