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Friday, 12 December 2014 10:03


 

Launching spacecraft in deep space - it's great, but really great space to explore and understand its secrets so easy and simple as clicking a button.

This vision of the future LiftPort. For more than two years with the emergence of the idea LiftPort, the team raised over $ 100,000 on Kickstarter, and shares her progress in terms of development and lift the Earth - Moon, who (interestingly) begins on the Moon.

Creating elevator Earth-orbit now is beyond the capacity of the force of gravity, weather and water around the planet. Scientists have only dealt with material that will support the elevator to the collapsed under its own weight or ice in the upper atmosphere.
But the problems are reduced if you try to do the same, since the Moon, not the earth. Much lower weight and the lack of a humid atmosphere make the Moon the perfect testing ground for the construction of a space elevator. That is why LiftPort currently devoted their energies to create a lunar elevator at the end of this decade.

The plan for a lunar lift revolves around a space station called laboratory PicoGravity, which will be positioned on the lunar Lagrange point - a place in the space between the gravitational fields of the Earth and the Moon. From this point of Kevlar tape is fixed on the surface of the Moon via the port, as shown in the video. It will stretch to 250,000 km (155,350 miles) to the Earth, where the counterweight will be the planet's gravity and help keep it taut.

After completion of the works on the electric powered lift can transport the samples, equipment, and eventually, perhaps people. Possible use in the exploration of resources that will be studied in the laboratory.


НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ПРОСМОТРА ВСЕГО СПИСКА НОВОСТЕЙ О НЕОБЫЧНЫХ ЯВЛЕНИЯХ>>>

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