[pp.int.general] File sharing in space
rodrigo2kpereira at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 06:29:09 CEST 2010
ow! owesome! This will be the sputnik of the new era. I had the idea
to send a micro satelite to spread some "dangerous" urls in morse code
like "h-t-t-p-:-/-/-t-h-e-p-i-r-a-t-e-b-a-y-.-o-r-g using this
But I think is more cheaper and "cool" construct a dirigible balloon
loading a router with a customized access point firmware to spread a
torrent site, like firmwares in dd-wrt.com. The dirigible must be
autonomous if coupled in a gps system and a basic route programation
(to skip airports area, for example). Solar pannels with bateries must
be feed the machine.
Is very nice think about this. If anyone have a lot of money to
support this, call me! ;)
2010/10/17 Andrew Norton <ktetch at gmail.com>:
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> On 10/17/2010 4:22 PM, Erik Lönroth wrote:
>> Hello you wonderful useless pirates!
>> * How to make a baloon stay up in the air for as long as possible.
>> * How to provide energy to enough electronics to drive...
>> * ... what nessesary equipment is needed to do this.
>> * How to keep the electronics alive as long as possible.
>> * How to fund it.
>> Are there any of you that can provide help here, or are we alone?
> My second degree was going to be in astrophyics, with an eye towards
> Mars (manned missions, astrophysics complimenting my main one in robotics)
> Let me think on it a bit.
> The main thing that will drive the design will be the flight profile.
> How high, and how long. do you want a weather-baloon style uncontrolled
> climb, or something more like an airship, or an ultra-high altitude
> glider? Or, most ambitiously, do you want something to LEO? Then, do you
> want minutes, hours, days? Recovery+relaunch? Geostationary, or not?
> make a big difference to the sorts of designs needed.
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