Space Missions

Space Missions

BEST space missions

Due to a novel and breakthrough propulsion technology, Blue Energy Science Technology will completely avoid the high cost, low speed and very risky space missions. Put it candidly, such missions are all relied on rocket engines.

Most of the mission funding will come from space travel community around the world. Our space missions are interactive based on various engaging programs, for example, to build low cost lunar mining drone to harvest Moon rocks which will be given to crowdfunding backers. Some lunar rocks will be sold online. With sustain income, the space programs will expand into Earth orbital flights for space travel enthuthiastists around the world. Further down the road Lunar and Martian crews will be on the shedule missions. Before these astranauts arriving their colonies, infrastructure and accommodation hubs will be build on Earth before sending to the outer space locations.

The support and service from the business and members of the space travel communities can create an affordable and organic growth space industry.

Time is money. How to reduce time in space travel depends on how long the acceleration period a propulsion technology can sustain. Rocket engine is very poor in delivering that critical capability. Rocket engine can use its propellant no more than one collision of momentum energy transfer. Blue Energy Buoyancy Engine can deliver such enegy transfer infinitely, as long as the energy source can sustain the working environment. A separate webpage on BEBE will explain the thoery if you are interested to find out. 

More deep space missions, for example, to epxlore the edge of the Solar system, or to visit our nearest star systems, will begin when enough resources are available. Certain missions have business and envrionmental purpoposes. For example, to dump excessive CO2 into the space when negative emission energy grid reaching the saturated level of CO2 which can not be used for energy storage. Similarly the future Venus terraforming missions will also engage dumping of CO2 from the Venus atmosphere.

Mission highlights

  • Blue Energy Thermal Engine
  • Blue Energy Buoyancy Engine
  • External energy source (Solar) when missions are within the Martian orbit
  • Nuclear power for interstellar missions.
  • From the launch to the touchdown VTOL spacecrafts

To the Moon

Lunar passenger transit

Less than 3 hours

To the Moon

To the Mars

Mars/Earth passengers transit

24 hours to 4 days depending on Earth/Mars distance.

To Jupiter

Earth/Jupiter passengers transit

6 to 7 days at 1g, 4 to 5 days at 2g

To Jupiter

Lunar bases

What is a Lunar colony like in the future? The answer can't be more clear now. EVERYTHING will be built and shipped to the Lunar colonies due to the fact that the Earth has better environment to build a concealed residential, scientific research or tourism facility.
Venus colonies
A bold and interesting experiment that might terraforming Venus into a planet where human and other Earth living things .......

Living on the Mars

Permenant colonies on the surface of the Mars or underground provide accomodations for scientifc research personal and people work and on vacation. For long term residents, they will take regular sleep over in a artificial gravity assistancy vehicle to compensate low Martian gravity effect. All equipments and supply will be provided from the Earth. However small scale farming on Mars will be experimental.

The edge of the Solar system

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Apollo legacy

That is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. As Neil Armstrong spoke his famous quote, the time was2:56 UTC, July 21st, 1969. After decades of the Apollo missions, we haven't sent any human beings back to the Moon.
Apollo missions sent 12 American astronauts to the moon successfully. The total cost in today's value is about US$18 billion for each successful landing mission. Sending astronauts to the moon is even more expensive today, but that will not deter powerful nations and super rich companies or people to send astronauts back to the moon or even to planet Mars in the near future. The space is becoming busy and crowded now.

The race to the moon again

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What makes Blue Energy Science Technology space missions better than the others?

It is efficiency that makes the fundamental breakthrough. The heart of each mission is the heat engine BETE. The solar system inner orbital space is full of heat energy. With a large thermal collection surface, say 20 square meters, the power of solar energy is enough to propel a 1000 kg lunar mining vehicle to the moon in a few hours without carrying any fuel. But BETE is not the only component to make a space mission go far and fast. BEBE is another essential component to make it happens. If you have read the article about BEBE, the significant innovation of this propulsion technology is that it uses energy creates warpped effect on propellant, which will pass the energy to the main body of the mission vehicle. As long as this energy transfer sustained, the acceleration period is not limited by the propellant availability. BEBE is a warp engine which works in molecular level. With both BETE and BEBE, each mission don't  even have to think about fuel. Its VTOL ability will cut down the cost immensely. For example, the cost to build the mission vehicle, the cost to support a mission's launch and landing, the cost to support a mission travel time, the cost to deliver good and equipment to a colony would be cut down aggressively. People living in various colonies can enjoy uncompromised living condition at very low cost.

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Australian Moon mission

The purpose of the Australian Space Agency is to transform and grow a globally respected national space industry that lifts the broader economy and improves the lives of Australians. The Moon to Mars initiative is a $150 million investment over five years to drive the growth of Australia’s space sector.

Trailblazer Consultation Paper

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