How does new knowledge, acquired for one purpose, develop into useful technology having significant impact and benefits to society?
This is one case study in a series of detailed investigations tracing the origins of new knowledge developed to solve specific problems of manned space exploration
and its subsequent modification and application to commercial needs.
What differences exist between the technology required for space exploration and the requirements for application to earthly problems? What factors
determine the time required to convert new knowledge into viable economic benefits?
Various case examples disclose differing patterns of technological development. By comparing the common and contrasting findings, it may be possible
to understand better how new knowledge generates real benefits. Starting from a specific "knowledge contribution" previously identified from an
analysis of Astronaut life support requirements, the origins, adaptations, and eventual significance of the new technology is presented.
Today in Outer Space we need Electric energy on every action on satellites, spacecraft’s, space stations, etc.
Action such as (Power Supply, Electric Propulsion and etc.).Currently, solar panels are been used for generating electric energy in space. But for
generating a large amount of electric energy we need large solar panels which costs a large amount of money and also solar panels are heavy weighted
so the payload cost will increase. But, what if we generate a large amount of electricity with the help of an Innovative Technology with a mechanism,
which we will be Affordable as compared to the current technology of where a large number of Solar panels are been used.
TEAM SPACIANS is developing a Technolgy known as Aakash Vidyut. Aakash Vidyut is an electricity generator which will generate electricity in space
without using liquid-based fuels. Aakash Vidyut will use Solar energy as a fuel for generating a huge amount of electricity with the help of its
innovative internal Mechanism. As compared to the current technology of electric generation in space, where large and expensive solar panels are been
used in space probes Aakash Vidyut is more Affordable-Reliable-Efficient. Aakash Vidyut is specially innovated To work in conditions of Space and on
the condition on Moon Surface.
Since the 1980s, the investigations of aerospace communication segments have not only been concerned with satellites but increasingly with
lower altitude repeaters flying in the stratosphere. They are the so-called high-altitude platforms (HAPs)
with important advantages concerning satellites in terms of the reduced cost of implementation, deployment, and launch. Currently,
Spacians is developing the so-called high-altitude platforms (HAPs) known as Spacians'
Solar Powered Atmospheric Satellite Technology (SPAS-Tech)
Spacians' Solar Powered Atmospheric Satellite Technology (SPAS-Tech) is an Atmospheric
Satellite that will be operated in Earth's atmosphere at high altitudes for extended periods, to provide services conventionally provided by
an artificial satellite orbiting in space.
The innovative launch system and the internal mechanism will help SPAS Tech to remain high through the atmospheric lift, in contrast
to a satellite in Earth orbit which moves freely at high speed in the vacuum of space, and orbits due to its centrifugal force matching
the force of gravity.
Satellites are very expensive to build and launch, and any changes to their orbit require expending their extremely limited fuel supply.
SPAS-Tech will fly much slower and are intended to provide a range of services more
economically and with more flexibility than current low Earth orbit satellites.
Our SPAS-Tech will be useful for some genuine applications, for example:
border security, maritime traffic monitoring, anti-piracy operations, disaster response, agricultural observation,
atmospheric observation, weather monitoring, communications relay, oceanographic research, Earth imaging and telecommunications.
We are also aiming to provide easier internet access for regions with poorly developed communication infrastructure with