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  • GSO Open Letter

    GSO Open Letter



    The Global Space Organization needs your help..! A slowly expanding lunar station can become a reality in the next decade. The GSO vision would begin on the lunar surface using an inflatable system similar in scope to Bigelow Aerospace’s BA-330 modules. From our inflatable station habitat an initial GSO crew would begin work in constructing a permanent, multi-use lunar station fabricated from lunar materials.

    Living and working in space will not be very difficult. Humanity...
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    Last edited by Caed Aldwych; 07-27-17, 20:53.

  • Space Progress comes from Space Economy

    Space Progress comes from Space Economy

    The world has not returned humans to our Moon since the early 1970's. People say its too expensive, or too dangerous. Still others say there is a reason humans have not been sent back for if there was a reason we would have done so. Those people are correct.

    We have not gone back because no government or individual has come up with a good enough reason to go..., yet.

    Many think we should just go and pay for it anyway no matter the cost even if we do not earn a profit,...
    Solar Economy
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  • Pressurized Environments

    Pressurized Environments

    Living in a pressurized environment can certainly have its drawbacks. Many critics of human space programs are quick to state the obvious difficulties of living and working in a pressurized environment. Some go even further to suggest that living in them for long periods of time would be impossible or extremely difficult with our current technology. They are only barely touching reality however, fixating on already known issues that have solutions and refusing to look at the larger picture.
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    Pressure Chamber
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  • Oh Myyyy, Space is Dangerous

    Oh Myyyy, Space is Dangerous

    Solar and cosmic radiation, micro meteors, extreme pressure and temperature changes, long distances, closed environments and limited resources are what await our Global Space Organization crews as we plan for our GSO Lunar Station One.

    Many of these space hazards have been limited in their severity due to our newer technologies and advanced learning. Though these hazards still present a threat, today we know more about how to protect ourselves in outer space, which will allow us to...
    There are many hazards in space
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  • Water in Space

    Water in Space

    Global Space Organization will be researching a topic that will be very important in the near future. Our water use in space... Humans require approximately 2 quarts of water per day and more than that is needed of course for bathing, cooking, washing and also cleaning.

    Experiences on the ISS have shown, showering, washing clothes, dishes and water hygiene use can be very problematic. They have come up with some temporary solutions such as throw-away clothing, and sponge baths to make...
    Water will be used for creating oxygen and of course drinking
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  • Food in Space

    Food in Space

    As the Global Space Organization extends its human reach out into deep space another fundamental concern that awaits us is our food. Caloric requirements for astronauts were created by the National Research Council using a formula for basal energy expenditure (BEE). For women, BEE = 655 + (9.6 x W) + (1.7 x H) - (4.7 x A), and for men, BEE = 66 + (13.7 x W) + (5 x H) - (6.8 x A), where W = weight in kilograms, H = height in centimeters, and A = age in years. In essence, we need to eat an average...
    From the Movie 2001 A Space Odyssey
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  • Leverage

    Leverage

    Today, robotic space mining, planetary probes and Earth orbital tourism are the main practical goals of our commercial space industry. Unfortunately they will progress slowly and not likely help advance humanity back out into deep space for another 2 or 3 decades.

    Our commercial and governmental space industry has forgotten that we have been launching small probes in space for samples and research since well before the Apollo program of the 1970's. We can certainly continue to do so,...
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  • It begins with our Moon

    It begins with our Moon

    Every revolution begins with a vision. The revolution I speak of is in the governmental and commercial space sector. The Global Space Organization is preparing to change the way people think of human space progress and exploration. Today the global space industry is plagued by prohibitively high costs, unrealistic goals and poor management. Today with a budget continually in excess of 15 billion annually, NASA has performed very poorly in advancing human deep space goals since the Apollo program....
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  • GSO Earth Station One (GSO ES-1)

    GSO Earth Station One (GSO ES-1)

    In order to prepare for GSO LS-1, one must begin on Earth. The construction of GSO ES-1 begins in summer 2017.

    GSO EARTH STATION ONE (GSO ES-1)

    STATEMENT OF MISSION

    Statement of Vision

    To advance humanity, to the Moon and beyond.

    Statement of Mission

    As an institution that intends to send humans back out into deep space, The GSO Earth Station One (GSO ES-1) mission is to educate and develop our future crew members to become...
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  • GSO Open Letter
    Caed Aldwych


    The Global Space Organization needs your help..! A slowly expanding lunar station can become a reality in the next decade. The GSO vision would begin on the lunar surface using an inflatable system similar in scope to Bigelow Aerospace’s BA-330 modules. From our inflatable station habitat an initial GSO crew would begin work in constructing a permanent, multi-use lunar station fabricated from lunar materials.

    Living and working in space will not be very difficult. Humanity...
    07-27-17, 06:24
  • Space Progress comes from Space Economy
    Caed Aldwych
    The world has not returned humans to our Moon since the early 1970's. People say its too expensive, or too dangerous. Still others say there is a reason humans have not been sent back for if there was a reason we would have done so. Those people are correct.

    We have not gone back because no government or individual has come up with a good enough reason to go..., yet.

    Many think we should just go and pay for it anyway no matter the cost even if we do not earn a profit,...
    Solar Economy
    02-10-17, 20:30
  • Pressurized Environments
    Caed Aldwych
    Living in a pressurized environment can certainly have its drawbacks. Many critics of human space programs are quick to state the obvious difficulties of living and working in a pressurized environment. Some go even further to suggest that living in them for long periods of time would be impossible or extremely difficult with our current technology. They are only barely touching reality however, fixating on already known issues that have solutions and refusing to look at the larger picture.
    ...
    Pressure Chamber
    02-10-17, 00:39
  • Oh Myyyy, Space is Dangerous
    Caed Aldwych
    Solar and cosmic radiation, micro meteors, extreme pressure and temperature changes, long distances, closed environments and limited resources are what await our Global Space Organization crews as we plan for our GSO Lunar Station One.

    Many of these space hazards have been limited in their severity due to our newer technologies and advanced learning. Though these hazards still present a threat, today we know more about how to protect ourselves in outer space, which will allow us to...
    There are many hazards in space
    02-08-17, 14:53
  • Water in Space
    Caed Aldwych
    Global Space Organization will be researching a topic that will be very important in the near future. Our water use in space... Humans require approximately 2 quarts of water per day and more than that is needed of course for bathing, cooking, washing and also cleaning.

    Experiences on the ISS have shown, showering, washing clothes, dishes and water hygiene use can be very problematic. They have come up with some temporary solutions such as throw-away clothing, and sponge baths to make...
    Water will be used for creating oxygen and of course drinking
    02-07-17, 22:59
  • Food in Space
    Caed Aldwych
    As the Global Space Organization extends its human reach out into deep space another fundamental concern that awaits us is our food. Caloric requirements for astronauts were created by the National Research Council using a formula for basal energy expenditure (BEE). For women, BEE = 655 + (9.6 x W) + (1.7 x H) - (4.7 x A), and for men, BEE = 66 + (13.7 x W) + (5 x H) - (6.8 x A), where W = weight in kilograms, H = height in centimeters, and A = age in years. In essence, we need to eat an average...
    From the Movie 2001 A Space Odyssey
    02-07-17, 22:54
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