Japan will start experiments next week for space lift

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Tokyo: The concept of Space Lift (Ascension Eli Weiter) is more than a hundred years old to reach space. Now Japan has started working very seriously.

Shijayawa University and Japanese Space Agency (Jaksa) will perform experimentations with a small scale model of space lift next week.

This is a simple and easy experience, with six cm long, three cm wide and a high of a tablespace, with ten meters of wire. This wire will be connected to two small cubic satellites (cube sets) and will run the dish during which experts will be very careful.

Shezhouka University spokesman said that although it will start construction in 2050, it will be the first experience of the preparation of space lift in the whole world, which is being started in Japan.

Russian scientists, Constantine Zalokovsky, presented the concept of Space Eliver in 1895, and various experts have worked over the last hundred years.

Under this, a concept of lightweight and strong wire was attached to the earth, and the second space is connected to a small robe (stone) or a satellite and low-cost vehicles on the cable Come up and down. Thus access to space will be very easy.

A Japanese construction company, Obayi, has also been interested in it, so that by 2050, the space ladder can be reached to a solid step together with other organizations. However, OBSY has admitted that there is no proper technology available in this regard, but their plan is being carried out so that the reality of space lift can be done closer to reality.

Under the project, a spaceport will be constructed on the ground, which will be packed in a number of 9000 km long carbon nanotechnology cable. At the end of it, weighing a minimum of 150,000 tons or satellite will be tied. In this way, the wire will remain straight in the same way as the rotation of the earth, the way the wires are straightforward.

Although this is a very difficult task, Japanese experts believe that they will get a lot of economic benefits. At present, delivering one kilogram of equipment to the medieval costs spend $ 10,000, while space indoor will spend only $ 100. In spite of words, space travel and tourism will come from another space lift.


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