• Space Elevator Architecture Note #15

    Space Elevator Architecture Note #15 The Galactic Harbour’s Full Operational Capacity Michael A. Fitzgerald Personal Prolog This is an Architecture Note.  It is the opinion of ISEC’s Chief Architect.  It represents an effort to document ISEC’s ongoing science and engineering discussions, and is one of many to be published over time.  Most importantly, it is a…

  • Omaha Trail Overview

    The Omaha Trail A system for high-efficiency transport between Earth and Mars Collaboration between the Lake Matthew Team (LMT) and ISEC director M. Lades Introduction Mars is popular as a new frontier destination for humanity, thanks to SpaceX initiatives and other private enterprises. Governments are finally starting to move on plans that were delayed when…

  • Space Elevator Architecture Note #14

    Space Elevator Architecture Note #14 The Functional Delineation of the Galactic Harbour Michael A. Fitzgerald Published December 2017 Personal Prolog This is an Architecture Note.  It is the opinion of ISEC’s Chief Architect.  It represents an effort to document ISEC’s ongoing science and engineering discussions, and is one of many to be published over time.  Most…

  • Why Transition the focus to Galactic Harbour?

    The development of a future space elevator infrastructure requires us to open our minds and assess the businesses that will accompany development.  The infrastructure will be refined as we move forward only if we can ensure that the whole project will lead to profitability and that it will encourage enterprises to flourish inside the various…

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    Summary of British Interplanetary Society’s Space Elevator Symposium

    BIS Space Elevator Symposium : 7th November 2017 This 1-day Space Elevator (SE) Symposium was held at the headquarters of the British Interplanetary Society (BIS) at ‘Arthur C Clarke House’ in London, jointly sponsored by BIS and ISEC. Nine fascinating presentations were made during the course of the day, with all well received by a small…

  • Checklist for Novel Ideas to Get to Space

    Checklist for novel forms of infrastructure to improve access to space This checklist is intended for people with new ideas that are different from the usual design for the space elevator. We want you to think about how they relate to what’s already been done or to the key issues that we have already identified…

  • ISEC 2017-2018 Strategic Plan

    ISEC 2017-2018 Strategic Plan 2016 Theme “Design Considerations Space Elevator Communications” 2017 Theme – “Design Considerations for Space Elevator Simulation” 2018 Theme – “Design Considerations for Multi-Stage Space Elevator”   Strategic: Establish and support ISEC Vision Establish and support ISEC Strategy Organize and conduct the 2017 [& 18] annual Space Elevator Conferences including posters Conduct…

  • ISEC SE Architecture Note #12

    Space Elevator Architecture Note #12 A Successful Space Elevator Conference is Highlighted by Progress   Personal Prolog This is an Architecture Note.  It is the opinion of ISEC’s Chief Architect.  It represents an effort to document ISEC’s ongoing science and engineering discussions, and is one of many to be published over time.  Most importantly, it is…

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    British Interplanetary Society Symposium on Space Elevators

    British Interplanetary Society Symposium on Space Elevators ISEC is pleased to announce that our friends at the British Interplanetary Society are putting on a Symposium on Space Elevators. Date: 7 November 2017 Start Time: 9.30 am End Time: 5:30 pm Full details can be found here:  Space Elevator Symposium at BIS From the BIS web site: The space…

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