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Technically Feasible Huge Next Generation Space Station

Technically Feasible Huge Next Generation Space Station

Brian Wang |
August 23, 2019 |

The Goal of Gateway Foundation Von Braun Station is to build a dual-use station that is economically self-sustaining.

This space station would have 11 million cubic meters of pressurized volume versus 931 meters for the International space station. This would be 12,000 times larger volume. It would be 488 meters in diameter. It would have 1.6 times the diameter of the largest stadium dome (300 meters in diameter) in the world which is a sports stadium in Singapore.

It will have the volume of about 20 of the largest cruise ships.

The space station would spin like the space station in 2001. It would generate its own gravity. It would be designed to very comfortably hold 1500 staff and guests.

They have created a technically feasible engineering design. Von Braun Station creation will also form a space construction industry with bots, pods, drones, construction arms, new space suits, and large-scale truss building machines designed for building large structures in space.

This video, and the ones that will follow, were made for NASA and other aerospace engineers to see that this is a technically feasible design, with a solid business plan, that will allow NASA and other space agencies to buy, rent, or lease space on this station very affordably.

Later, when they have acquired the low-gravity data they need, they can move on to other projects with no binding financial ties.

We ask you all the same two questions:

1. Is this a good design?

2. Is the time right to build a rotating station to acquire valuable, low-gravity, human physiology data?

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Houthi Drone Strike Has Damaged Half of Saudi Oil

Houthi Drone Strike Has Damaged Half of Saudi Oil Facilities

Brian Wang |
September 14, 2019 |

A Houthi Drone Strike has damaged half of Saudi Arabia’s oil capacity. Saudi Arabia says the fire a will be put out and repairs made within days.

Yemen’s Houthi rebels on Saturday took responsibility for the attacks, saying 10 drones targeted state-owned Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais, according to the Houthi-run Al-Masirah news agency.

Five million barrels per day of crude production have been impacted after fires raged at the sites, one of them the world’s largest oil production facility, people with knowledge of the kingdom’s operations said. The latest OPEC figures from August 2019 put the total Saudi production at 9.8 million barrels per day.

In 2006, Brian Wang of Nextbigfuture made a prediction of this event.

Successful terrorist attack on Saudi Oil will drive oil prices above $10 per gallon.

I do not think the price impact of this event will be that high. However, the terrorist attack on Saudi oil was correct. The prediction has a date range which was not correct.

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