Space Solar Energy Initiative
Our NASA Moon/Mars Cost Cuts
Station & Transport Lease Rates
Research provides the things that dreams are made of! On Earth hundreds of thousands of scholars on
a day by day basis are investigating advances in everything from medicine to computers.
In many areas of research on Earth, researchers have reached a wall.
Research in space in a zero-gravity environment opens a dynamic new frontier.
Our Research facilities in space will make many breakthroughs in medicine, materials and
areas that we can not even begin to imagine.
Research in space will create hundreds of thousands of high tech jobs and opportunities.
Many companies and universities will take advantage of our very low cost micro-gravity lease rates.
New environment to be able to experiment with new types of materials and manufacturing processes
at a much lower costs.
Additionally, areas of development on board our stations will be space telescopes that can be
upgraded much more efficiently.
Existing satellites that have malfunctioned or that are now outdated, can be converted with
upgrades on board the station and construction of new types of satellites.
Space Island will lease space based on $25.00 per square foot/day.
We will provide a continuous manned presence in space to develop commercial space ventures.
Provides access to cost effective, safe and stable orbital facilities.
Provides tenant's with secured facilities to keep their research confidential.
Each tenant will have its own secured communication links to their company facilities on Earth (both digital video and audio).
Provides government agency's with access to large, private facilities to conduct research.
Allows company's to conduct environmentally sensitive experimentation is needed.
Issues, which are very sensitive to the general public become far less sensitive when the
experimentation is a few hundred miles in space and those conducting the experiment,
have to live with their experiments for months at a time.
The advantage here will be to remove a potential problem from the Earth's surface and make
those involved responsive to safety concerns.