for Starship Foundation Company

Developed Sources of Funding and Investment for the Building of Torus-Beamship for Imminent )and permanent( separation from Earth-Based Economy

Researched Physical Laws of Interplanetary/Intergalactic HIghway
Measured Constraints, Requirements, Specifications of Materials of Starship Which Endures the Warping of Space-Time
-Studied/Corresponded/Engaged Scientists/Engineers/Physicists of Ludwig Maximilian, Max Plank Labratory, Florida St. University, and Peter Engels of University of Washington in order to confirm validity of Boltzmann Inflation Drive

Expos-Reds 2002 Dernière présence de Vladimir Guerrero 152,108 views 906 74 SHARE SAVE

Published on Dec 6, 2012

Le 29 septembre 2002, le voltigeur vedette des Expos Vladimir Guerrero est à un circuit d’atteindre le plateau des 40-40 (40 circuits, 40 buts volés). Voici sa dernière présence au bâton de l’année dans un match contre les Reds de Cincinnati au Stade Olympique et où l’arbitre du premier but va faire preuve d’un manque de jugement dans les circonstances.

Garret Reisman

“Stimulus of the axial loading of the bone gives a signal to your mind to give regenerative treatment to osteogenesis hormones

High Load, low rep stimulus >>>RESISTIVE EXERCISING, 100% BONE DENSITY mainline, no diminishment since change in work program


HIGH IMPACT: (tread – mill runnin’) comes next in priority for achieving appropriate and/ or necessary levels of stimulation of the bone

“pods, bots, and drones”

In-Space Manufacturing and Assembly

  • Maxar Technologies of Palo Alto, California, will work with Langley to build a breadboard – a base for prototyping electronics – for a deployable, semi-rigid radio antenna. In-orbit assembly of large structures like antennae will enhance the performance of assets in space. Such capabilities could enable entirely new exploration missions that are currently size-constrained and reduce launch costs due to improved packaging.


Entry, Descent and Landing

  • Anasphere of Bozeman, Montana, will partner with Marshall to test a compact hydrogen generator for inflating heat shields, which could help deliver larger payloads to Mars.
  • Bally Ribbon Mills of Bally, Pennsylvania, will perform thermal testing in the Arc Jet Complex at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley. The facility will be used to test a new seamless weave for a mechanically deployable carbon fabric heat shield.
  • Blue Origin of Kent, Washington, will collaborate with NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston and Goddard to mature a navigation and guidance system for safe and precise landing at a range of locations on the Moon.
  • Sierra Nevada Corporation of Sparks, Nevada, will work with NASA on two entry, descent and landing projects. The company will partner with Langley to capture infrared images of their Dream Chaser spacecraft as it re-enters Earth’s atmosphere traveling faster than the speed of sound.
  • For the second collaboration, Sierra Nevada Corporation and Langley will mature a method to recover the upper stage of a rocket using a deployable decelerator.
  • SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, will work with NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to advance their technology to vertically land large rockets on the Moon. This includes advancing models to assess engine plume interaction with lunar regolith.