Primary Mission Directives

Tachyon Aerospace

(PMD) Primary Mission Directive – Van Allen Belts

The primary mission directive for Tachyon Aerospace, first flight for the TAV 1 will be unmanned-conducting multiple observations and radiation measurements through the multiple layers of the Van Allen Belts. These layers of radiation are excessively detrimental to human health and equipment malfunctioning, to communications disruption.

The flight mission through the Van Allen Belts is a serious issue for space flight and exploration missions and suggestions. It is an issue that has gained much attention with the physics community and within the Aerospace industry as well. It is a challenge which is being considered and discussed, but isn’t being addressed.

The Van Allen Belts

The Van Allen belts are comprised of charged particles, collected in the Earth’s magnetic field. Most of which originate from the solar wind that is captured by and held around the Earth’s field in two layers. The third more deadlier layer of the belts is formed when the two existing layers merge

Radiation Levels – The inner belt reaches its peak radiation levels and about 2,000 miles from the earth’s surface. The outer layer is about 10,000 miles away. Beyond 10,000 miles the radiation intensity starts to diminish steadily. It disappears almost completely beyond 40,000 miles. The maximum intensity of the radiation in each belt is about 25,000 counts per second. Equivalent to some 40,000 particles per square centimeter per second.

Background Radiation Levels – The heavy ions in the background are the problem. It is crucial to understand and determine what are the levels of background radiation in the belts and the earth’s magnetosphere.

Radiation Levels Outside of the Belts – In accordance with our research conducted alongside multiple collaborators from within the Aerospace Industry and the physics community, there is another series of belts and radiation outside of the Van Allen Belts which is not much spoken of. This set of belts is more hazardous and radio-active then the Van Allen Belts themselves. Further pro-longed flights for tests and examination will also be conducted outside of the Van Allen belts to establish safe travel flight plans-in accordance with all the new established space regulations being determined, without really determining a safeguard for basic shielding concerns & capabilities, for the travels which will be regulated by these regulatory space agencies.

After ascertaining all the necessary data required, the shielding for the TAV 1 can be concluded. The returning data from the Van Allen Belts is exceedingly necessary for any space exploration mission whether it is to the Moon or to Mars. All vehicles launching from the planet have to travel through these belts and encounter a magnitude of the different levels and types of radiation. These radiation examinations need to be executed for the safety of not just the space craft but the astronauts for future manned missions as well. Just as adequate shielding is developed for space missions, exploration missions to the Moon and Mars will start to vet pragmatic feasibility.

Radiation and Plasma Shielding

Not enough emphasis can be given to the shielding aspect of any space craft or space bound equipment. The shielding is primarily the second most valuable component of a craft right after the Propulsion system. Perhaps even more so than the Astronauts themselves.

The shielding developed for the Tachyon Aerospace Trans-atmospheric flight vehicle (the TAV 1), is based on the breakthroughs with Bi-polar magnetic physics, Frequency and Plasma physics. To describe the thesis of Bi-polar magnetic fields is to understand the implications of Bi-polar magnetic jets and their relevance to generating, controlling and ascertaining plasma. These breakthroughs were conducted by Tachyon Aerospace. Our breakthroughs with bi-polar magnetic physics allowed us to develop the Plasma Fusion Reactor as a primary source of fuel for the TAV 1 Propulsion Systems. Apart from the Bi-polar fields being used to contain plasma in a suitable environment, the bi-polar magnetic fields have also been utilized to create the necessary shielding for the TAV. This study and a working prototype have been published in the World Book of Physics.

The shielding is generated by the bi-polar field generators on board the TAV 1. The way the fields are generated is an intricate process. To generate the bi-polar fields we take two Neodymium N52 magnets and put them through a “proprietary” magnetic resonance field to disrupt and reconfigure the pole axis on the magnets at an Atomic level. These fields make the electrons which line up in the magnets, which then become unstable.

All magnets have “North” and “South” poles. After being exposed the “proprietary” resonance fields, the N52 magnets display abnormal polarities. If you were to push the two North Poles of the magnets together they wouldn’t stick but if the “South” poles were facing each other, they would experience a sudden pulse and pull towards each other. Bi-polar magnets are capable of pulling the two “South Poles” together. This doesn’t mean that the N52 magnets being used are different in size one bigger than the other so they stick together in the “dead spot”. The magnets have to be exactly identical.

The end result of the two “South poles” sticking together is “North Pole jets” coming out of the either “North” ends of the magnets. This leaves a “South” pole in the middle of the two magnets. This process creates a Bi-polar field. The Bi-polar field generators on the craft are used to generate “Extended North Pole” fields around the craft. Just as the fields surround the “front to back” and “top to bottom” of the craft, our Plasma generator activates and releases Plasma through the fields which can be re-shaped and re-configured on demand to the desired aerodynamic capabilities required from the craft. This is the same process our planet Earth uses with its magnetic fields to propel radiation and harmful particles away.

Maneuverability – Tav 1 Flight Systems & On-board Fuel Production Plant

In the current state of affairs associated with Flight launch, control, maneuverability and landing. All flight vehicles and crafts after being launched, have to belt around the Earth’s upper atmosphere till they get to the edge of space, while achieving the required acceleration. This assists in escaping the Earth’s gravitational pull. This intricate sling-shot practice is a marvel of precision equations and mathematics.

The Tachyon Aerospace Flight System integrated with the appropriate power source for the Tav 1, allows the craft to take off with vertical precision to the upper-atmosphere on the edge of space. The Tav then is capable of flying out of the atmosphere and stop in LEO (Low Earth Orbit, 400 to 1,000 Miles from the surface), MEO (Medium Earth Orbit, 5,000 to 10,000 Miles from the surface), GEO (Geostationary Earth Orbit, 22,284 Miles from the surface) with precise positioning and control of the flight.

The ability to maneuver within LEO, MEO and GEO provides the necessary apparatus to perform tasks as deploying satellites at an extensively mitigated cost. To also introducing a platform for retrieving satellites. “Satellite Retrieval” is positioned towards Safe Data & Proprietary Equipment Retrieval, and the required equipment repairs. The TAV 1 then flies back to the edge of space and comes back in with a controlled entry. The On-Board Fuel Production Plants compartmentalized in the TAV 1’s propulsion system, provide the necessary fuel to perform a controlled entry.

All landings conducted by the space shuttles are calculated rather than controlled. As the shuttle makes its way back to Earth, it has no fuel left at its disposal. Conventional launches are extremely expensive. A single launch burns through 2.7 million pounds of fuel within ten minutes of launching. The only thing left behind for Re-entry are two Orbital Maneuvering engines which “combined” produce less than 1% of the thrust from the Shuttle’s main engines. While in orbit the shuttle travels at about 17,200 Mph, which allows it to travel in Earth’s orbit. The shuttle then is slowed down by about 225 Mph which makes the shuttle start falling into the atmosphere. From this point, the landing process is a battle against air resistance, lift, drag and velocity. As we stated, a marvel of precision equations and mathematics.

The current speed of a Shuttle or any flight vehicle falling back to Earth is around 17,200 Mph. Those are adequately dangerous speeds to be falling in, without having any control over your maneuverability or deceleration. The un-controlled landing or “free fall” is a result of not having any onboard fuel. All the fuel is burnt up and fuel chambers released within minutes of the initial launch.

The last 50-60 years of the Aerospace industry, from our perspective has faded away from addressing the issues and challenges associated with the Van Allen Belts, Radiation and Plasma shielding, maneuverability and adequate fuel supply. It is our understanding at Tachyon Aerospace that the result of the lack of research carried out buy the existing Aerospace industries has put all interplanetary and exploration missions on a standstill. This standstill has also given way to the platform of reusable rockets. The reusable rockets are operating on the principal of conducting a multiple number of launches per year, from 5-10 launches a year to 5-10 launches a month mostly for satellite deployment-in correlation with the telecommunications and big data industries. Even the adaptiveness has increased with the new Nano-satellites being reconfigured to a low-cost, smaller scale designing, constructing and manufacturing operation. With the appropriate and stated realizations, provides an opportunity for the Aerospace industry to reinstate and create an alternative narrative for the Aerospace Industry-not governed by the well-respected Telecommunications and Big Data industries. The inter connectivity of different industries through collaboration should always be encouraged, but this collaboration shouldn’t be facilitating means for the Aerospace industry to be resting on their laurels. This status-quo is in-line to be disrupted. As the saying goes, “As long as people stay disruptive, people will Innovate.”


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