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Space Elevator

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  • 1. It obsoletes
    It enhances
    Space Travel
    rockets
    Space Elevator
    It retrieves
    It reverses
    “Tsiolkovsky" Tower
    earth to celestial highway
  • 2. At present the rocket is used for a space launch. However, the space elevator is a non-rocket space launch system. Therefore, the rocket will no longer be needed
    The space elevator will enhance space to travel and form the earth and form one celestial body to another. Cargo to and from the earth will be easily transported, using less fuel
    Space Elevator
    Even though it is not certain what this technology will reverse, it can be presumed that there will be some form of celestial highway that may mimic a road way to accommodate the heavy traffic that may be experienced.
    The ideas of a space elevator was first introduced in 1895 by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky who proposed a free standing tower from earth’s surface to geostationary orbit/appearing to be stationary.

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