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Phase 1

What If Satellites Could Push Shipping Containers?

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INTRODUCING THE RAILROAD TO MARS

Inconceivable Today

Problem

Earth to orbit is already solved cost effectively, the next big steps in the space industry are in-orbit construction and transport between orbits. Rockets are the answer to getting off the ground but are they the answer for a reusable solution that lives in orbit on solar power?

If we have solved interorbital transport to connect tomorrows world’s, humanities reach could grow exponentially in the years to come.
 

Opportunity

The time is now. The space industry has advanced in leaps and bounds across the past 20 years that are truly unbelievable. The cost of orbital entry is drastically lower, the private space race has outpaced governments around the globe. It has become so easy for universities, businesses and many others to enter orbit that we now have a junkyard problem.

The foundational technologies of particle accelerators saw the same growth as the space industry and the iPhone across the past two decades despite not being as visible. Combining these two technology trajectories leads to an opportunity truly out of this world. The railroad to Mars can connect business, customers and eventually colonies to one another just like the railroads of yesteryear.

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Technology

Distributed electromagnetic thrust is a novel propulsion method that combines small pushes from stacked layers of satellites fitted with scaled down particle accelerator magnets. Nb3Sn solenoids are ideal in the cold vacuum and can use the abundance of solar energy to generate the highest strength pulsewave. Tethered layers of satellites acting as singular inertial masses is the key that allows us to push large, heavy containers on slow interorbital journeys to other planetary orbits.

The physics of superconductivity and orbital mechanics are fascinatingly detailed in an extensive series of blog articles and podcasts. The foundational academic paper will be available here on journal acceptance: ‘Success criterion derivation for the swarm satellite application of pulsed superconductive solenoids in freight transport’.

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Inevitable Tomorrow

Solution

A novel electromagnetic propulsion idea dedicated to moving freight between orbits could free up rockets' limited cargo capacity for people and emergencies.

Tight knit swarms of satellites that store solar energy and generate an intense pulsewave of thrust may just be the answer to pushing freight containers on a slow interorbital journey for deceleration on the other side.

Inconceivable Today

Problem

Earth to orbit is already solved cost effectively, the next big steps in the space industry are in-orbit construction and transport between orbits. Rockets are the answer to getting off the ground but are they the answer for a reusable solution that lives in orbit on solar power?

If we have solved interorbital transport to connect tomorrows world’s, humanities reach could grow exponentially in the years to come.

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