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this is dw news from berlin, you'll find much more now website. that's d w dot com. ah ah, no love has no limits. i love is for everybody. love is live. i love matters. and that's my new podcast. i'm evelyn char, mom and i really think we need to talk about all the topics that more divides and deny that. and this i have invited many deer and well known guests. and i would like to invite you to an in people in trucks injured one, trying to flee the city center. more and more refugees are being turned away at the border families playing on the tax in syria to these correct only thing is
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with administrative people lean extreme around getting $200.00 people from the agency around the world. more than 300000000 people are seeking refuge as to why? because no one should have to flee. make up your own mind. w. made for mines i i want great news, we are going through a real revolution and access to space. today,
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commercial companies are providing access private individuals or find space private companies are supplying payloads space station. it's an absolute revolution in relatively cheap and very frequent access. the new space concept is to open up space frontiers through entrepreneurial activity. ah, ah, in a really hope that there are more and more people country work together in space and we need to keep going to expand our frontier in space. space tourism will open up brand new opportunities to enjoy our planet so many different people can have the opportunity to leave the earth's surface and to orbit
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around earth or maybe to go to the moon. and it's, that's going to be amazing for people to have a different perspective and to be able to live there dreamed we are fortunate enough to be amongst some of the 1st researchers who will go and fly on some of these commercial vehicles that's coming pretty soon. so i'm starting to get very excited. people will eventually live off if they've planted some day there will be a person was born in space, lives their entire life and space and is never even visited clamor ah. on july 20th 2021. just phases. one of the richest men and the
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owner of the amazon and aerospace company, blue origin, reached an unprecedented milestone. he was on board of the 1st commercial sub orbital flight ever to reach the edge of space at an altitude of 107 kilometers. now on how it felt, oh my god, what exact ations were high and they were dramatically exceeded this pioneering flight lasted just 10 minutes and 10 seconds with the crew floating in microgravity around 4 minutes. just a few days before on july 11th, richard branson, the multi billionaire owner of the space tourism company,
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virgin galactic was on board of his own space plane and also enjoyed microgravity. for a few minutes. i was on the child dreamed looking out to song. now i'm and i don't, it was wonderful. i was looking down for a lease to you space flights shock the whole world as they kicked off a new age, the age of space tourism. what we're doing is not only adventure, but it's also important because what we're doing is the 1st step of something big. this is a big vision, but big things start smaller. in this intense
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competition to give human beings be opportunity to travel to space. space acts has taken a step forward as just a couple months after these milestones. on september 15th, they launched inspiration for the 1st all civilian human space flight to orbit range. this space ex mission reached an altitude of 590 kilometers, much higher than previous sub orbital flight. and even higher than the international space station. and it's spent 3 days orbiting the earth. this private space flight was the 1st ever to go into orbit without a professional astronaut aboard.
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this has been just the beauty of an exciting race from a faith tourism business, a thriving business that will allow people to enjoy commercial journeys to space. and this is just the tip of the iceberg of a new economic wave that will change our world as we know what the space private business me there you see a true revolution occurring in space at this moment. somewhere along the way, we realized that space also had value aid to 10 years ago. space started opening up to the private sector in that's what defined what is called right now. the new
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space economy, the, the ability to go beyond just the objectives of space that are nearly scientific exploration to open ended up to commercial activities. so that other countries, other people can have access to space. and this is the true revolution happening at this moment. the fate. now we are living in a very interesting time. you've got things like novel medical treatment. you got things like space, space, solar power. so a lot of these kind of near science fiction ideas. they're still very early stage. we have a lot of potential i
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think that we're going to find things that we never knew even existed me everything is changing very quickly in space. the massive emergence of the private sector in space is in the presence of human beings off earth. faster than ever before. this whole revolution will allow us to expand outside of the boundaries of our beautiful blue planet and become a real multi planetary species. these are the 1st steps to becoming a multi planetary species. they will,
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as one of their 1st acts complete odd would you my called the 1st stage of human history, which is our transition from being a local species based in the canyon riff valley, to a global species of which we already are in extent. that completes the 1st stage of human history of becoming what i call a type one civilization. a civilization that has a full access to the resources of its planet, tied to civilization is one that has full access to the resources of its solar system. type 3 of the stars so we are right now on the cost of completing our history of achieving type $1.00 and beginning our history of developing into a tight to civilization. there's a famous quote from to
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a cost russian space pioneer said burst is the cradle of mankind, but $1.00 cannot live in a cradle forever with this is going to be of low profit and he's going to be just like on earth will star probably with a base on the moon in which they can stay for more days, weeks start figure out how is that they gonna survive in such a harsh environment. and that's going to start evolving into more and more complex settlements on the moon. and probably later on, on mars move from spot next 1957 through the moon landing. we had tremendous progress in development space technology. and these were of course government lead efforts,
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united states soviet union, racing to the moon. they had their running shoes on and they accomplished a lot. but once it was that tries, i mean we had stagnation and source of space launch from 970 to 2010. do not fall by $1.00. which is incredible. i mean, if you think of the advances that occurred in other fields and computers, for example, where the cost of key, as computers felt radically from 1970 to 2010. and their capabilities increased by thousands of types, but not space absolute stagnation, but then starting around 2002 a with making the falcon 9 operational and then making reusable. and then introducing
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a heavy lift vehicle that was 3 quarters usable. based off of the falcon 9, we had a decline of the cost a space launch of a factor of $5.00. it fell from $10000.00 per kilogram to $2000.00. a kilogram. busy please join me in welcoming it on my ha, ha ha it's, it's really crazy that we will be sophisticated rockets and then crash them every time we fly. isn't mat and says how profound. this is and how important reusability is. cerise void is actually for the mental
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i what must has done is not only created a number of very impressive and important space flight capabilities. and not only cutting the cost of space launch by a factor of 5 over the past 10 years when they had been absolutely black for the previous 40. but he has set off a private space. the key point of this paradigm shift has been the sharp reduction of the costs of launching thanks to the creation of re usable rockets. big entrepreneurs like the lawn. my score jeff bezos are leading this new private space race with their company space x and blue origin. in addition to these huge enterprises
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better taking a gamble on dig reusable vessels, there are other companies that are focused on emerging new market, small re usable rockets that could be useful for launching nano sets or other small payloads into the earth's orbit. one of these companies is p o d space. they are one of the leading commercial projects in europe in the small reusable rocket industry rounds. we do an router has its po founders have been rocket tiers in space enthusiasts all their lives. and they have now managed to design the mirrors. we usable rockets based on parachutes, to recover one of the rocket stages. we were with the games, fish and sea with isa, since a long time go for to fortunately, we have strong support from them. we are one of the companies being supported by isa for more launcher development. they are providing us help in different ways for
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the development of the launch vehicle and also to help on the, on the operations. we are now developing new fi rocket with the recently the company need i mean a 5 is a 2 states real good. so we need to develop the mechanism to do the separation of the 2 stages. and this is also a tricky energy to develop. it's, it may focus on the small satellite market and it's a launch vehicle that can lift off and put into our with 300 kilograms. so failed the mirror. 5 is peel the spaces mean project. it's a 2 staged, partially reusable rocket conceived to launch payloads into earth's orbit. the 1st stage of the vessel is the reusable part. and it has been designed to come back to earth by terror, shoot and land and see if
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the separation of both stages. the 2nd stage will start ignition and continue to rise until it reaches earth's orbit. when the ferrying will open to allow the payload, mainly small satellite to be placed into orbit both 2nd stage and ferry will eventually be eliminated. the tricky part of this re usable technology is recovering the 1st stage. ah, p l, the spring have developed a spectacular drug test that involves a helicopter and a boat with a cream to grab the booster from the c. o. we develop
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subsonic test in atlanta and see you in shoes of spain doing our drug test. and we want to demonstrate in flight. there is a really big opportunity and there is plans down, abrasion. so we need to use partials because of our scale to our real good small fan. it's cheaper to use platform than the new to do. the reason we need those. another important test because involving the use of a helicopter with people inside to break the bylaws, another guy managing when to separate the 1st day to mirror 5 from the helicopters. there was a lot of things. there has been that in at the moment. any time that we push the boat on somebody's least deep corporation, not only the launch itself. so we are assuming somebody's because we do a lot of war to try to reduce liberal any deal. one of these. so it's super easy
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to, to fail. we do these, we have very successful salt, so we are very happy with every browse with our technology and it's very, very promising technology to use. small robin i use reuse ability has been one of the main drivers for the democratization of space that has allowed us to reach kurtz orbit at much lower cost than years before. so space is becoming much more accessible to us. a place where a promising economy is about to thrive ah, in, we talk about all new space in the money that can be made,
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but we should never ignore the literal hundreds of billions of dollars that is being generated right now by the satellite industry. me, a few years ago, satellites were big as school bus. amazing advances in software and engineering technology have allowed us to radically reduce their size to devices of less than 10 kilograms. the so called the nano sat. but there are even smaller and simpler versions of these nanoseconds. the cute sets which are cute to 10 by 10 centimeters and about one kilogram mass. and i think we're going to enter an era where if not personal satellites, you're going to have personal satellite capability. not only are you getting your phone, your internet through satellites right now, but soon what was,
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what's just the purview of governance in terms of remote sensing capabilities. i think it's going to be coming down to be individual. small sam have multiple practical applications that are already in use nowadays from services for communication, meteorology, military purposes and navigation, to for instance, the early detection of forest fires that company a lane space is working on a cube, sat named lu, may 1 for this very purpose none of satellite cubes that are the most common initiative, some projects in the new space sector. we have developed launch for 9 satellites in the last 8 years with cubes. that distance limitation of the subsystems has arrive . who's in the process of manufacturing acute
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sad, all the subsystems must be tested to prove that all the devices work perfectly. all these tests are carried out in a clean room, a fully sterilized space at the university of the ego. we are in the clean room and convince affinity we usually get on the subsystems all the satellite and also integrate and assembly the satellite thank you to now if you know that we're on the table in the yard, really ok. and once all the subsistence, the separate body, they did, we start the assembly of the sort of it start to put all of them together to why
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elvis. and then after that, it's not that i've been sweating the flame who's once in orbit. the satellite searches for and tracks forest fires and sends an alarm signal to a control room. where the data gathered by the cube sat is analyzed and emergency services are alerted. ah, basically what we do here is to repair. they are the common sequences, send it to the satellite, who's the mission of this satellite is too early the text a monitor while it was been for that purpose. ok to do that. we have the sign it up negation failed field to communicate with sensors, deployed on ground all over the world from wildfire, sensors, weather stations, whatever that they can trigger an alarm. when
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a fire detected you can send a tech to emergency services so they can arrive, there is more information about the fire. who's the small incense revolution? he is radically changing the way we connect to space. until now, most of them are orbiting our planet. however, in the near future, they will also orbit worlds much farther away, such as the mood or mars who's ah, it's saying that space has these intrinsic qualities that are very valuable. things
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like the microgravity environment. things like the fact that it's a vacuum environment. all of these were saying we can actually leverage those into new innovation. and so that's where you start to see this kind of paradigm shift those very special conditions of space that we find a lower orbit level. open a whole range of possibilities for research in the most diverse fields from agriculture to nano medicine, as well as fiber optics, pharmaceutical, or beer production. multiple sectors are studying how to take advantage of these valuable qualities to improve their products on earth. in particular, these unique conditions facilitate the processing of certain materials, like liquids, gases, or jails and space, as well as the manipulation of huge heavy structures without effort. this
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opens up the possibility of starting to manufacture certain items offer in coming years. it has now been demonstrated, for example, that you can make fiber optic cables in space where you have 0 gravity that are far more efficient than anything that can be made on earth. and the value of these things are very high. and so to set up a factory on the orbit to actually make the skies in fact, no amber, 2017 mode go down in history as the date when human beings were able to manufacture an item offers and bring it back to the surface for the 1st time ever
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dmitri steroid about chief scientist at phone seek was responsible for the brilliant scientific program that brought about such a milestone. o fibre programmed his the 1st commercial effort that generated trevon you from the manufacturing orbital platform. we were able to manufacture a small piece of fiber in prove that actually optical fiber manufacturing in microgravity is better than in gravity conditions, specialty optical fibers, like alright optical fibers, the by the thermal fields in the microgravity environment provide potentially more uniform and more controllable conditions. for material processing that are highly dangerous or
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we can increase the capacity of data transmission for optical fibers made out of new material. we hope that this very 1st amazing step has been just the 1st of many achievements that future in space. manufacturing industries will bring about ah, without don't speak the opening up, scientific and business possibilities that we hadn't even dreamed of a few years ago. ah . the moon is the next frontier place which we walked on 50 years ago. and we're about to go back to in the coming
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years. and we're not just going there on a return visit, but to settle there permanently. several private companies are working in fields like mining, human supply systems, transport and energy production. to allow us to establish ourselves on our satellite. i think the time is coming where something like a lunar base lunar colony. adventures on the moon are going to be more commonplace . it's going to have to start small. of course. the moon is very research rich, so you do have water ice and the permanent shattered region. that's been proven by a variety of mass emissions and other international mission. i we now know that the moon has many interesting resources that could be very useful
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for future permanent lunar habitat. i in order to properly analyze and extract all of those resources. many lunar commercial initiatives have recently thrived the company lunar outpost has been one of the pioneers, as may have developed a sophisticated lunar mining rover. the moon is the 1st debuted diminishing new resource prospector. design to analyze lunar soil and search for resources. it's prepared to navigate in both light and dark regions of the moon. thanks to a sophisticated camera vision system. the future, when you have seen these rumors will be able to create a very high resolution survey of those areas. so as map is driving and operating it uses to different systems to navigate by economists lee on the lunar
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surface. it uses both vision based navigation system using camera data to scan the surface. however, if you're operating in the dark or in a deep shadow region, the camera won't be able to see in those areas. and so for those situations, we have a lighter laser ranging and detection system. and that allows the rover to see and navigate in the pitch darkness. the rumor has scanning spectrometry put me on board, which is measuring the resources in the surface of the lunar regolith, as well as a drill on board that can pro, below the surface. and so again, as the rovers drive around on the surface, they will create a map of these resources and overlay that onto the physical map of the lunar surface. i think truly we will have robots on the moon within the next year or 2. and i'm not talking just one over here one over there. i'm talking swarms of
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robotic rovers much like ours. l. b. prospect in the lunar surface. finding the resources that will enable that long term colonization of face, which i, personally, i'm very excited about. i in order to extract and use those resources, we need to study in depth the properties of lunar soil, but we can't go to the moon to do previous analysis. ready ready so we have developed very sophisticated tests here on earth and a small number of scientific institutions around the globe. ready one of the most renowned is the colorado school of mines. they took a gamble on space just a few years ago and launched the center for space resources. a department that is the very 1st of its kind in the world. as it's fully focused on the study of space
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resources. for many years, angela madrid, director of the center for space resources, has been leading a research program focused on human and robotic exploration of space and the utilization of its resources. the colorless coal mine for 145 years has been a world leader on the extract of industry. in about 20 years ago, he realized that he could start utilizing on that expertise to identify their resources and extract them and utilizing. but doing that beyond earth. and so we found that the center for space resources in the late 1990. with the intention of doing basic research on this new era. at the center for space
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resources, they've developed multiple tests focusing on studying different aspects of materials found in celestial bodies. like the moon, mars, or the asteroids. it's essential to know the properties of lunar soil. if we want mine there. for that re, they have developed a penetration test to analyze how approved drills down into simulated lunar regulus . the 1st step in this test is to protect the lunar regulus. similar sample to recreate the temperature conditions of the moon surface. with temperatures as low as minus $230.00 degrees celsius. so it has been frozen with the health of liquid nitrogen. and so what we're going to end up doing is this is kind of our pre cooling that it's actually a reservoir in there. so we're filling up that reservoir with liquid nitrogen. then we're going to connect up these hoses while it's in there. once the sample
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is properly frozen in the conditions are similar to the lunar surface. the steel probe can drill down into the soil in order to study its penetration. basically, we're taking up probe, which is a small sort of pencil type thing that's made of steel. and we're pushing it down into some soil. this soil is what we typically call regulus, and all regular as is soil on another planet. all the tiny little pebbles and grains of, of material is called regular. so what we're doing is we're taking this probe and we're pressing it down into the regular. and when we press it down in, we measure the forces that occur both in the upward and all different direction. so we'll see now that we hit it. you see it kick off. it's going to
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$45060.00. so once it hit $120.00 newton's, it begins relaxing, we come back and we do the extraction. the reason for doing that is to kind of understand if we were to land or we want to extract water where we want to build a habitat to build a habit term and move the ideas considered based on 3 d printing devices that could work out tournaments like using the regular as raw material to build those future lunar basis long before humans settled there, permanently the 3 to bring to revolutionize the way that we can do things in faith by allowing us to do complete habitat. we can bring these machines that can start utilizing the material from the moon and start
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creating all sorts of complicated structures without the need of all these equipment that was thought of before i at the center for space resources. they've been working hard on developing very innovative 3 d printing techniques that use sunlight is the main energy source to the regular and shape it into new forms or tools. in order to better recreate the conditions of the lunar surface, they use a small vacuum chamber where they test these 3 d printing experiments. 3 printing is a process by which return materials like this regolith into tools, building materials, anything that people might need to live. so the experiments that we do here are learning how to make useful items out of this kind of material. we're going to
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take regolith and we're going to melt it down using simulated sunlight. when you take the lamp, you see behind me concentrate down the light on that lamp and melt this regulate into a useful shape. ah, once the regulus is thawed, it can be manipulated in shape. to create brand new forms tools. was that future lunar habitat or anything needed up there? the purpose of this is in the future when humans are living in space and we're going to be able to take sunlight concentrated down and make new tools, new building materials, whatever people need to live because they're not going to be able to get things shipped from. the earth other worlds much farther away from the boundaries of our planet,
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are waiting for us. the moon and mars could be the 1st places for us to expand into, but they won't be the last. in the future, we will be witness to human beings that were born on earth and have never visited our planet in their whole life. ah, and even more, they might feel the moon or murderous to be their homes as the only sunset that they have ever enjoyed. have set the low horizon of red or grey soil. ah the 1st time we walked in another world besides there it was in 1969 during the lunar
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landey until no less than 600 people attend a chance to admire our beautiful blue planet from space could you a carter was one of those lucky ones, me in 2014, he became the 1st japanese astronaut ever to become commander of the international space station. and the reason why i wanted to find base or i want to engage in this base expression is because of a poli, level landing space is one of the place. and i really hope that there are more and more people country work together in space. and we need to keep going to expand our frontier in space. my friend ellen being
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who flew on apollo 12 in the lunar module pilot. and he came back from, from the moon. it really changed his life. he no longer complained about the weather used to say i'm glad there is weather, right? he no longer complained about traffic. i'm glad there are people around me, right? so this is what happens when you find space that changes your perspective and i think for the better universally and everybody i've ever spoken to who's come back. just marvel at how beautiful our planet is from above face. tourism is one of the most promising private industries in this space revolution. and it's going to be the 1st one to allow anyone to actually move offer . after years of difficulties and delays, the space tourism industry finally kicked off last july 2021.
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as that month, the most important companies in this sector, blue origin and virgin galactic, performed the 1st space flight ever with passengers on board. in fact, 2 of the multi billionaire owners of each company, jeff phaser and richard branson traveled, who knows pioneering flights and enjoyed the weightlessness for a few minutes. funny edge of space and the amazing views of the earth from such a unique perspective. this was the kick off for the space tourism race as just 2 months later, space x prove that they're playing to win as they launch their private mission inspiration for becoming the 1st all civilian human space flight ever to orbit.
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blue origin shocked the world again. soon after making the dream of many fans come true. as william shatner star tracks, captain kirk travelled on board the new shepherd's sub or little vessel becoming the oldest person ever to go to spain. oh yes. the access of civilians to space won't be limited to tourism. as many people will have the chance to travel to space for many other reasons. oh, for instance, for the 1st time ever, a movie was filmed in orbit something unsinkable just a few years ago. a russian actress and a director spent days on board the international space station shooting
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a few scenes of the film. ah, thanks to space tourism. many people will have the chance to travel to the earth's orbit and enjoy such dunning views of our planet. from up there, not too far in the future. some of the people who have always dreamed of traveling to space and seeing the earth from above will be able to do so. and one of the commercial flights being developed by companies like virgin galactic or blue origin . 2 of those people are canfield in, in dander. so it has to the southwest research institute in boulder, colorado who will be among the very 1st passengers to test those flights.
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dan dirty has been a decent doozies his life. he has flown as a pilot many times, but has never been in space despite having studied it for many years. one of his wildest sy fi dreams is about to become true. as a researcher, it helps that i'm also a pilot, so i fly or craft myself and i understand with that environment is like we are fortunate enough here at southwest research institute to be amongst some of the 1st researchers who will go and fly on some of these commercial vehicle that's coming pretty soon, so i'm starting to get very excited like dan during that duty, alton has also dreamed of becoming an astronaut. since she was a child soon it will be her turn to experience that indescribable sensation of floating like a feather in microgravity. i've wanted to go into space for
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a long time. i applied to be an astronaut and i didn't quite make the cut. and so this is a way to be able to carry out science experiments in space. both of them have been training hard on board 0, g parabolic flight to be properly prepared for future real sub orbital flights. as the accelerations and forces they will be exposed to on those flights will be quite demanding. we've been looking forward to it for a while. we've been training and getting prepared, doing parabolic flights on airplanes where you can simulate 0 g and going in a centrifuge where you can experience high gravity forces. and i just really look forward to being able to fly in space. we have been spinning in centrifuges to feel the accelerations of the launch phase and the re entry phase of
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a flight like this. we've been flying high performance jet aircraft, military aircraft like the f 18 or the f one, a 4 to again feel the acceleration stem. have the sensation of ones like to have all the, the extra equipment that we might have on our body. ah, the very 1st commercial flight will probably be some orbital flights. just leaving earth surface rising into space and coming back down you're going to accelerate up through the atmosphere, whether it's on a rocket or on a rocket plane. then essentially coasting over the top on a parabolic trajectory, often out of the atmosphere, peeking at altitude, something like 100 kilometers 1670 miles up, something like that. before then, you know, gravity is still pulling on. you dragging you back down to the earth back through the atmosphere that total flight time depending on the type of vehicle,
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whether it's a rock and plane or, or a rocket itself might be 15 or 20 minutes. there are 3 companies leading the race in space, tourism with some orbital, slight prototypes, virgin galactic blue origin and space. ex virgin galactic was pioneered the 1st to take a gamble on sub orbital flight, virgin galactic, and they have bass playing on the ship to read on large carrier crap. the basic design, the idea was developed way in the early 2000 by bert ru tan and his company scaled composites. he was coming up with a very innovative aeronautical designs to allow pretty frequent and relatively inexpensive access to the high atmosphere. and once that was shown successful, richard branson's, virgin group of companies like bomb,
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went off. we want to license that capabilities and build that is as they ship to as version galactic to allow people to buy tickets. i but virgin galactic is not the only one in this upcoming business has blue origin belonging to multi 1000000000 or amazon order. jeff bezos. as also invested very heavily in the development of its own sub orbital spacecraft. i both companies, blue origin and virgin galactic, perform the 1st commercial sum orbital space flights in july 2021. the blue origin. the only one to over pass for carmen line, which is established in an altitude of 100 kilometers. what is the so called air chip space on the sub orbital flights will not just allow us to enjoy breathtaking use from up there. but also they will help us to fly from one
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corner of the earth to another in less than one hour. as those flights will take advantage of the fact that at such high altitude atmosphere, density is almost non existent. so that drag is close to 0 and speeds could be much greater. you can go from anywhere, anywhere. a flight from los angeles to sydney might cost the passenger $20000.00. but people who fly 1st class from los angeles to city paint that they still have to spend 18 hours in the airplane. they get tossed row, you must an hour and for half an hour they be space, experiencing 0 gravity. it's incredible black style, sky space out to the window on the plot, add value delivery. so i think that's a business that i,
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i have this opportunity to actually go up to space and see what a planet looks like from above. and i think that's going to revolutionize the way we think about ourselves and relate to each other here on the front of me. ah, the future is now here a new age is about to begin. human beings will no longer be a species strictly more to one planet. the space industrial revolution has been the definitive driving force that has pulled us forward, offers into multi planetary expansion. that
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dark, starry sky will no longer be the limit. do we have the need to become a multi planet species? did we have the need to lead the canyon resound? i mean, you know, humans in a very real sense or not native to the earth. we're native to kenya. we are actually tropical animals. that's why we have these long seen arms with no fur. no human in the true state of nature could survive a single winter night in colorado or in most of your they would die, it takes technology to live out of the tropics. we had to develop clothing, which the technology we had to develop houses, we had to develop fire and many other new capabilities to become a global species. we're sort of in the stage of these 1st tentative steps in our species becoming an interplanetary species. wanna protect ourselves as
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a species and ensure that we survive for a long period of time. we want to be diversified off of this planet. earth is the cradle of mankind, but one cannot live in a cradled ref. earth is indeed the cradle and it's in the cradle that the child develops, the capabilities that allows them to leave the cradle go to the school yard. k solar systems, the school, the school yard for going to the stars. ah, ah, ah, with
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