Thursday, 5 August 2010


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The federation is a hugely important step among the history of human space exploration, it became the direct necessity for our race to build upon because of it's all encompassing platform attribute. It seems to me that whatever direction we go to explore, that man woman and child will want news and knowledge of those regions., similarly before our own planet had been scouted out, explorers and pioneers went off into unexplored regions and brought back stories and tales of their exploits. Now that our planet topography is completely mapped, the natural feeling will be to continue mapping our environment. Cartographers built careers from exploring and drawing coastline and inland maps, it is a profession that has now really in its primitive significance been lost to an age of satellite imaging. Of course, satellite technology being immensely useful, but, on a humanist level the sheer thrill of walking the entire country on foot drawing all one sees is a sentiment from a bygone era, for me It is a desperate situation to remain free with growing space that is fresh territory, it is where all sense of wonder awaits and for me to live in a world with walls and nothing to explore I am certain death falls upon me in a staleness of misery. So, this post is about our path seekers, leaders, old and new, our pioneers, our adventure and wonder... But, remember the perimeters of safety and evolution dictate.

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I really think this era is getting the gist of exploration because of a number of people, obviously Sir Richard Branson and his friend and co historical explorer Steve Fosset have shown the world that man is very much interested in becoming a master of his entertainment, natural entertainment, mankind sustaining entertainment which is semi guarded with safety perimeters, but, yet, still very dangerous though exhilarating. I do say entertainment because for me the thought of doing something which requires effort, intellectual ability, social agility and political mainframe can be an act, actors do it, but, I'm not sure if they do it for themselves or for others, I'm not sure, the wonder of being outside in environments is a special feeling, honestly I can't explain what it is like to hurt and push through barriers that have a new breeze of a type of air that seem to call for more, more, more...

It is just great to be alive. Marlon Brando has set a real mans mould with his teachings, he is my idol and, I have boundless respect for him as a man, a humanitarian and many other personal and private reasons that only men with deep admiration and reguard have for people who they see as a figure of immense humility, a humbling experience to be in his company because of the huge wealth of experience as a man of this world in all things social, trivial and personally respectful.

Apart from that, and, I will never be, other's seek our paths...

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Thor Heyerdahl is the man who perhaps during the 20th century did more for uniting international culture in the Field of science than any other man, my opinion says that a man has personally, creatively with integrity unblemished risked his life to settle questions that could only be answered if the actual process of the question was proven scientifically with the actual reconstruction of the effort questioned. For me, this feat will not ever be matched in terms of capability that is a possibility for man to prove where man ventured before, whether that be for sheer adventure, to prove that whispers in the wind could be telling the truth, or for the yearning surging need to circumnavigate one's environment.

Yes, it drives you, all my scientist friends will be capable of explaining why the earth has 71 percent water and the human body has 71 percent liquid.

Other than proving that pyramid building was a result of communication between continents with thousands of miles of water between them, proving that the trail for Atlantis could be anywhere near these colonies of pyramid communities, he showed us that he really was a pioneer of what is now classified as ''in situ'' [in situation] exploration.

The continuing saga to learn mans origins is a very very wealthy experience and such an important scientific class, we are now at the stage where NASA, the Russian space agency, the Japanese space agency, and Canadian space agency, and the European space agency most significantly continue to build a map of evolution.

Astroarchaeology isn't really a scientific discipline yet as its progenitors really occupy the realms of astrobiology and astrochemistry. How do you train yourself to walk into caves that have potentially got monsters in them, some people think that many creatures from the dinosaur era still exist in deep caverns at the bottom of the ocean perhaps they exist on other planets...

Is that good or bad for space tourism? It will probably be terrific for space exploration enthusiast's to watch planetoid explorers research caverns and caves on other planets live on a camera while they adventure and search for clues.

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Recent historical pioneer adventure shows us the possibilities of what man could do given the task. Obviously, land tracking to retrieve samples, test human genetics such as the golden mean of a human body and it's centre of gravity that would shift according to its rotative, i.e :

71 percent liquid in the body will distort on a planetoid with 3 percent liquid in the atmosphere which means that the landing zone for the exploration team would be good for a plateau 15 minutes clear for landing safety of the mountains at an altitude of 71 percent of the atmospheric ceiling, the ion purge in the human body will be subservient of the pressure the body receives from its nearest element constituent [I obviously am yet to test the procedure, but, considering the spacesuits we have available this knowledge will be necessary]. I have been purging the dangerous constituents for 8 years now while contaminating different sorts of plasma levels, red and white blood cell ion counts... [My research is not published due to the impending need and probability of technical improvements of our space technology].

The new pioneer techniques for the ice moon manned exploration programmes are being demonstrated with efficient professionalism and inspiring tact because of the continuing emphasis of in situ exploration which is mans evolutionary path to the stars, cities on planetoids and really, many people are worried that NASA has not got a definite mars, moon or asteroid programme date, but, you really should watch these men, this is what we really want, we want to see our men and women do the ground work and these men are proving it will be done, its just about the vehicle with an engine capable of agility within its rocketry perimeters, or for those who are advocates of what I've been championing for a number of years, the torque involved with driving a warp engine. These people show us that they have the drive verve and courage.

The Northern Passage 2010

An Expedition led by Borge Ousland and Thorleif Thorleifsson

On June 23, 2010, a team of marine explorers led by Borge Ousland and Thorleif Thorleifsson sailed from Oslo, Norway in a daring attempt to navigate through the Northwest and Northeast passages of the Arctic. Below is a map showing the itinerary of their voyage that should be completed by early October.
These modern-day navigators won't be on their own during their expedition, they will get assistance from up above - Canadian satellites RADARSAT-1 & 2. The Canadian Space Agency will be providing radar images of the Arctic to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. The Institute will produce ice charts which will be shared with the sailors to guide them securely through their travels.
This is not a first? Borge Ousland and his team have actually walked their way safely in the Arctic with the guidance provided by Canadian satellite RADARSAT-1.

A really worthy blog and a very interesting browse for explorers, enthusiasts, potential investors and humanist supporters.

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Obviously planetary security is paramount to our safety and well being, it is complimentary for any race advancing and evolving sensibly to monitor progress, it is really what modern administrations should be doing, I see that sort of council being utilised at the Russian section of our world and signs show that India exhibits all the necessary communication essentials for developing similar concensus, the United states of America certainly seems to indicate it's role among this archetype module will be centrifugal to the streamline planning for the emergence of a totalitarian community based upon modern space ethics, it is primarily and inevitably what government is all about... space.

Just as security is vital, it is vitally important people have access to the perimeters of knowledge that our security protects.

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Federal Register: Proposed Rule – Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 and Satellite Home Viewer Extension and Reauthorization Act of 2004

August 4, 2010 at 9:15

The FCC published a proposed rule on Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 and Satellite Home Viewer Extension and Reauthorization Act of 2004 (PDF) in today’s Federal Register (75 Fed. Reg. 46885-46894):SUMMARY: In this document the Commission proposes to implement provisions of the “Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010”(STELA) that require the Commission, within 270 days after the date of its February 27, 2010 enactment, to “develop and prescribe by rule a point-to-point predictive model for reliably and presumptively determining the ability of individual locations, through the use of an antenna, to receive signals in accordance with the signal intensity standard in Section 73.622(e)(1) of [our rules], or a successor regulation, including to account for the continuing operation of translator stations and low power television stations,” and to issue an order completing its rulemaking to establish a procedure for on-site measurement of digital television signals in ET Docket No. 06-94. The Commission previously sought comment on a variety of issues related to establishment of a procedure for on-location measurements pursuant to the Satellite Home Viewer Extension and Reauthorization Act of 2004 (SHVERA), but has not yet adopted final rules specifying such a procedure.

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Don Mclean / Bye Bye miss American pie

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Many people have heard of the prime directive that is an order of law established for star travelling explorers from the united federaton of planets. It is an order that needs serious attention and as such I will encourage ther to seek itsguidancewith ther own research. Many many and much as been organised and written.

The prime directive has many avenues of order according to race interaction which as is ever other prime directive law based upon non interferance of developing races, for the use of weapons evolution which obviously has catastrophic connotations.

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But, watching from an admiring interesting distance most be incredibly envigoration particularly because hopefully we would have settled all our village and clan squabbles and become truelly a planetary unit that is solid and unyeilding in its uniform.

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I just hope that these Chinese women realise that their beauty is not lost on ungrateful eyes.

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Alexander Von Humbolt.

Charles Darwin described him as "the greatest scientific traveler who ever lived." He is widely respected as one of the founders of modern geography. Alexander von Humboldt's travels, experiments, and knowledge transformed western science in the nineteenth century.
Alexander von Humboldt was born in Berlin, Germany in 1769. His father, who was an army officer, died when he was nine years old so he and his older brother Wilhelm were raised by their cold and distant mother. Tutors provided their early education which was grounded in languages and mathematics.

Once he was old enough, Alexander began to study at the Freiberg Academy of Mines under the famous geologist A.G. Werner. Von Humboldt met George Forester, Captain James Cook's scientific illustrator from his second voyage, and they hiked around Europe. In 1792, at the age of 22, von Humboldt began a job as a government mines inspector in Franconia, Prussia.

When he was 27, Alexander's mother died, leaving him as substantial income from the estate. The following year, he left government service and began to plan travels with Aime Bonpland, a botanist. The pair went to Madrid and obtained special permission and passports from King Charles II to explore South America.

Once they arrived in South America, Alexander von Humboldt and Bonpland studied the flora, fauna, and topography of the continent. In 1800 von Humboldt mapped over 1700 miles of the Orinco River. This was followed by a trip to the Andes and a climb of Mt. Chimborazo (in modern Ecuador), then believed to be the tallest mountain in the world. They didn't make it to the top due to a wall-like cliff but they did climb to over 18,000 feet in elevation. While on the west coast of South America, von Humboldt measured and discovered the Peruvian Current, which, over the objections of von Humboldt himself, is also known as the Humboldt Current. In 1803 they explored Mexico. Alexander von Humboldt was offered a position in the Mexican cabinet but he refused.

The pair were persuaded to visit Washington, D.C. by an American counselor and they did so. They stayed in Washington for three weeks and von Humboldt had many meetings with Thomas Jefferson and the two became good friends.

Von Humboldt sailed to Paris in 1804 and wrote thirty volumes about his field studies. During his expeditions in the Americas and Europe, he recorded and reported on magnetic declination. He stayed in France for 23 years and met with many other intellectuals on a regular basis.

Von Humboldt's fortunes were ultimately exhausted because of his travels and self-publishing of his reports. In 1827, he returned to Berlin where he obtained a steady income by becoming the King of Prussia's advisor. Von Humboldt was later invited to Russia by the tsar and after exploring the nation and describing discoveries such as permafrost, he recommended that Russia establish weather observatories across the country. The stations were established in 1835 and von Humboldt was able to use the data to develop the principle of continentality, that the interiors of continents have more extreme climates due to a lack of moderating influence from the ocean. He also developed the first isotherm map, containing lines of equal average temperatures.

From 1827 to 1828, Alexander von Humboldt gave public lectures in Berlin. The lectures were so popular that new assembly halls had to be found due to the demand. As von Humboldt got older, he decided to write everything known about the earth. He called his work Kosmos and the first volume was published in 1845, when he was 76 years old. Kosmos was well written and well received. The first volume, a general overview of the universe, sold out in two months and was promptly translated into many languages. Other volumes focused on such topics as human's effort to describe the earth, astronomy, and earth and human interaction. Humboldt died in 1859 and the fifth and final volume was published in 1862, based on his notes for the work.

Once von Humboldt died, "no individual scholar could hope any longer to master the world's knowledge about the earth." (Geoffrey J. Martin, and Preston E. James. All Possible Worlds: A History of Geographical Ideas., page 131).

Von Humboldt was the last true master but one of the first to bring geography to the world.

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Going the right way towards a fulfilling life of experience that has satisfied is for a lot of people stumbling and mumbling actions carried out in brain impulse recognition and community interaction stimulation, our lives have been crafted from the days of barter when 2500 years ago trade routes for peppers and spices, arts and crafts became more frequently successful from the dangers of marauding pirates, buccaneers became more sucessful when delivering items for trade to small towns and villages because of the increasing knowledge of coastal tides, rocks, peninsular and bay dangers, the population of the number of people was growing slowing and thus, the products for trade developed into an interesting collage of community association with other cultures and knowledge. Obviously because of perishable goods local foods were prohibited from long distance journeys and the methods for transporting wealth such as animals became more reliable because of the steady flow of merchant deliveries. Our world nowadays seems to have become adept at that particular frequency of success and many are wondering how that initial wonder, excitement and joy of news from afar, aforeign and yonder will reignite community bonding and the celebration of social community happyness, for the sake of happyness, not greed or unhealthy glutonny.

Saturday is a shopping day for a lot of people, for others it is a day to visit the local sports team or watch them on television, for many...

It could be a day of learning to fly an aeroplane, driving a classic car or restoring it, learning a knew langauge, or spending the entire day with someone dear and cherished, yes, a family cherishing feeling, a feeling that a person really belongs to a place, a place that does not have walls of perimeters or boundaries, but, is filled with the anticipation of joy, delight and serious adventure...

One day, saturday will/could be a day to sign your career to the 'United federation of planets'...

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The start of the years just before large star ships started exploring the universe must have been really exciting, the tension among the science personel must surely of been near uncontrolable excitement [while off duty course], I'm certain that these years are among us now, when I look at the night sky and look at the stars it's as if they know me, they know what we're going to do, where we've been, how much work we've done to be where we are. I can honestly say that I hear them in some sort of tale and prophecy telling me what will happen and how we should approach, doesn't everyone, when sailors first navigated around the oceans with the position of stars, they must of heard the thoughts of the stars, the men the women, the men and women together...

Mary jane girls / All night long

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Raytheon Wins Astronaut Training Contract

Aug 4, 2010

NASA has selected Raytheon Technical Services Co. for a potential $119.9 million, five-year contract to operate, maintain and provide sustaining engineering for the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory and Space Vehicle Mockup Facility at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
The agreement, announced July 30, includes a three-year base period valued at $67.6 million. A pair of one-year options would extend the agreement through Sept. 30, 2015 at a total value of $119.9 million for the entire period. Raytheon has held the operations contract for the two facilities since 2003.
The NBL, a 6.2-million-gal. water tank large enough to hold mockups of the shuttle and International Space Station, serves as NASA’s primary training facility for astronaut spacewalks. The large pool, part of the Sonny Carter Training Facility, also is used for shuttle crew bailout training and other emergency rescue instruction.
The Space Vehicle Mockup Facility hosts full-scale simulators of the shuttle, space station and Russian Soyuz spacecraft. Both the NBL and SVMF are managed by Johnson’s Mission Operations Directorate.

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The continuing development of technology and astronometric knowledge will one day yeild paths to events in time that have particular significance, today is the 48th anniversary of Marilyn Monroes recorded civilian passing.

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Cars are vehicles, they have character, this particular car has a four speed gear box, it is the sort of car that if I were introducing a colony to land vehicles that consume petrol I would choose this one, I guess it says a lot about my character, but, I guess many people judge people with their choice of car, but, that is perhaps conjecture.

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Instruments Selected for Mars

ScienceDaily (Aug. 2, 2010) — ESA and NASA have selected the scientific instruments for their first joint Mars mission. Scheduled for 2016, it will study the chemical makeup of the martian atmosphere, including methane. Discovered in 2003, methane could point to life on the Red Planet.


NASA and ESA have embarked on a joint programme of martian exploration, an unprecedented new alliance for future ventures to Mars. The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is the first in a planned series of joint missions leading to the return of a sample from the surface of Mars. Scientists worldwide were invited to propose the spacecraft's instruments.
"To fully explore Mars, we want to marshal all the talents we can on Earth," says David Southwood, ESA Director for Science and Robotic Exploration. "Now NASA and ESA are combining forces for the joint ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter mission. Among its objectives is to characterise the planet's atmosphere, and in particular search for trace gases like methane.
"We got our first sniff of the gas with Mars Express in 2003; NASA has since clearly confirmed this. Mapping methane allows us to investigate further that most important of questions: is Mars a living planet, and if not, can or will it become so in the future?"
ESA and NASA have now selected five science instruments from the 19 proposals submitted in January 2010 in response to an Announcement of Opportunity for the first mission. They were judged to have the best scientific value and lowest risk, and will be developed by international teams of scientists and engineers on both sides of the Atlantic.
"Independently, NASA and ESA have made amazing discoveries up to this point," says Ed Weiler, associate administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. "Working together, we'll reduce duplication of effort, expand our capabilities and see results neither ever could have achieved alone."
In addition to the Trace Gas Orbiter, the 2016 mission will carry Europe's entry, descent and landing demonstration vehicle. The whole mission will be launched on a NASA rocket.
The next ExoMars mission, scheduled for 2018, consists of a European rover with a drill, an American rover capable of caching selected samples for potential future return to Earth and a NASA landing system, using a NASA launcher.
These activities are designed to serve as the foundation of a cooperative programme to increase science return and move the two agencies towards a joint Mars sample-return mission in the 2020s.
The selected science instruments are:
Mars Atmospheric Trace Molecule Occultation Spectrometer (MATMOS): An infrared spectrometer to detect very low concentrations of molecular constituents of the atmosphere. Principal Investigator: Paul Wennberg, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA. Participating countries: US, CA.
High-resolution solar occultation and nadir spectrometer (SOIR/NOMAD): An infrared spectrometer to detect trace constituents in the atmosphere and to map their location on the surface. Principal Investigator: Ann Vandaele, Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Brussels, Belgium. Participating countries: BE, IT, ES, GB, US, CA.
ExoMars Climate Sounder (EMCS): An infrared radiometer to provide daily global measurements of dust, water vapour and chemical species in the atmosphere to aid the analysis of the spectrometer data. Principal Investigator: John Schofield, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, USA. Participating countries: US, GB, FR.
High-resolution Stereo Color Imager (HiSCI): A camera to provide 4-colour stereo imaging at 2 m resolution per pixel over an 8.5 km swathe. Principal Investigator: Alfred McEwen, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA. Participating countries: US, CH, GB, IT, DE, FR.
Mars Atmospheric Global Imaging Experiment (MAGIE): A wide-angle multi-spectral camera to provide global images in support of the other instruments. Principal Investigator: Bruce Cantor, Malin Space Science Systems, San Diego, USA. Participating countries: US, BE, FR, RU.

If introducing colonies to a new planet I would assume that some science module for the planets development would be loosely associated with the intial stages of development, obviously it would be according to the type of infrastructure and the type of chemicle biological development that the planetoid/planetary influence would have, some people would be perhaps more suited to airy environments, some would be suited to rock environments and so on...

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