Friday, September 30, 2016

Aliens Use Asteroids Not Spacecrafts?

Aliens Use Asteroids Not Spacecrafts?

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Aliens who have been hovering in space, riding a so-believed high-tech spaceship, could actually be using “space asteroids” as their transportation. Clapway reports that aliens have been making rounds in an asteroid belt for billions of years, while some of the them detected could be alien spacerafts.

Now guess who would be maneuvering this idea? Of course our very own NASA!

For NASA, electronic spacecraft is quite a fad obsolete. They want to earth mine asteroids that can be turned into autonomous spacecraft. Well, that’s something extraterrestrial !

It has funded a California-based company, Made in Space, to facilitate the idea by fabricating a new technology to apply in space. RAMA (Reconstituting Asteroids into Mechanical Automata), a project under the company, targets to build a colonized entity for humans. These colonized asteroids will prop up resources from around the space for our solar system, according to Fox News.

How is it possible? The company’s idea is to send Seed Crafts to the space to check out the asteroids soaring around the Earth. There, they will glean from space rocks to fabricate space systems with the help of 3d analyzation to construct propulsion, navigation and energy-storage.

Consequently, the transmuted asteroids could be programmed to fly far in the space. This would simplify the probing of several rocks in the space.

The asteroids would then be operated as economical mining stations which would open a new trend among the human living. They would be less sophisticated and would not have anything like traditional spacecraft.

Maybe the idea could bring galactic stores in the markets stocking the materials made from space rocks.

“Today, we have the ability to bring resources from Earth,” said Jason Dunn, Made In Space co-founder and chief technology officer, to Space.com.

“But when we get to a tipping point where we need the resources in space, then the question becomes, ‘Where do they come from and how do we get them, and how do we deliver them to the location that we need?’ This is a way to do it.” he added.

The idea is expected to take two decades to be implemented.