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Prerequisites For A Manned Suborbital Flight V1.0
AUz, post: 11389654, member: 32092 Wrote:@SOHEIL What happened to Iran's space program?

Simorgh has been a failure again and again, and even latest Safir launch was a failure. No new systems, no improvement of technologies, nothing.

At one point it was looking promising for Iran. What happened?

Same goes for nuclear and missile programs of Islamic Republic. Why??

Any chance we would see something new soon from Iran?

There is no mistake. Iranian people lack of any interest for expensive space conquest, nuclear power, as clearly demonstrated by the democratic vote that lead to the political change, and the reformists replacing the principlists. When economy is the main worry for the majority.

This is also cultural, aerospace is too new for the Iranian masses. Only the technological elite of the nation like Ahmadinejad and also India's Abdul Kalam who was an aerospace scientist, can prioritize the aerospace development.

Rouhani is science illiterate, like the majority of its voters.

As we live in a world where decisions are taken at a higher level than governments, the Matrix sees several turn in advance and makes no mistake!

To further substantiate the core concept of the Matrix, and the Green light, please read my full-length commentary.

Fortunately, Iran has North Korea as teammate, therefore both will succeed, as coded in the Matrix.

Prerequisites For A Manned Suborbital Flight V1.0

First posted 26 April 2019; Updated 16 August 2019

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Suborbital Focus
3. The Green Light
4. Western Fallacious Claims Flayed
5. Space-time Continuum Warping
6. Conclusion

1. Introduction

In the 21th century, sending a man into space might seems easily feasible by any moderately industrialized nation.

Proof that the minimal technologies required for such a spaceflight are already widely accessible in today's internet information era, smaller private teams are spawning everywhere, like IL Aerospace Technologies from Israel!

Quote: March/April 2004

IL Aerospace Technologies (ILAT) is based in Zichron Ya'akov, Israel, and is led by Dov Chartarifsky. Recently it has unveiled its new X Prize competition vehicle design now called "Negev" (formerly named Negev-5). Aside from the name, the vehicle's configuration has gone through several design iterations in the last few months. These modifications originated from a fresh set of innovative concepts derived from ILAT's recently formed technical team and advisory committee.

The Negev will be launched from ground level using a helium balloon as a first stage. This unconventional approach allows the vehicle to hitchhike a free ride to its intended rocket launch altitude of 10 Km (32,808 feet) above sea level, and overcome most of the atmospheric drag while saving precious fuel. This high-altitude launch concept makes it possible to design a smaller, lighter, simpler, and more efficient vehicle, hence satisfying the criterion for practical low-cost space access.

Once the altitude for rocket ignition is reached, the vehicle will be detached from the balloon initiating the staging process. The vehicle will drop for 3 to 5 seconds before the solid rocket motor ignites, creating a negative velocity of 50m/s. At the same time, the balloon will immediately sense the sudden ballast change and spring upwards, separating itself away from the vehicle to a safe distance. The on-board computer will control the firing of the 77.8 kN (17,500 lbf) solid rocket motor. The burn will last about 96 seconds at around 78% thrust, accelerating the vehicle to Mach 3.54 (1165.5 m/s). The altitude at burnout will be 49.6 Km (162,730 ft), while the G-force applied to the passengers will reach a maximum of 4.3 prior to burnout. After engine cut-off, the vehicle will continue to cruise pass the 100 Km (328,084 ft) mark where the crew will begin to experience weightlessness conditions for about 4 minutes. At approximately 120 Km (393,701 ft), all forward inertia will be depleted and the vehicle will start to free-fall back to earth.

The attitude of the vehicle will remain the identical to the one during the ascent phase. At an altitude higher than 70 Km (229,659 ft), the nose sphere will detach from the capsule but will remain connected by a cable, thus serving as a stabilizing element during the reentry phase. The maximum deceleration force will peek at ~5.81 G's at 23.6 Km (77,428 ft) into the decent. At an altitude of 5 Km (16,404 ft), at a velocity of around 85m/sec (190 mph), the parachute sequence will start by pyrotechnically deploying both drogue and main chutes sequentially. This altitude is high enough to allow redundant sequences in case of primary system failure. With the main chute fully open, the vehicle will slow down to a mere 7 m/sec before splashing down to the sea.

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1. IL Aerospace Technologies's X Prize competition vehicle Negev Logo

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2. Negev suborbital space mission specifications. As accessed in 2005.

2. Suborbital Focus

And indeed both the U.S.A., Iran and North Korea have chosen the same path in their space development focus tree, to attempt a suborbital spaceflight first before any manned orbital mission.

Both use a one seater space capsule atop a liquid propellant ballistic missile: U.S. Redstone, Iranian Safir-1D, North Korean Hwasong-15.

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3. U.S. Redstone, Iranian Safir-1D, North Korean Hwasong-15.

Therefore the very similar size for both the missiles and capsules. Notice that North Korea is benefiting from the best hardware available: dual engines for double redundancy, thus double reliability and heightened safety level, and also a much voluminous and more powerful (thrust) launcher.

3. The Green Light

This begs the question, what on earth is hindering the most economically and technologically advanced nations, to send a man into space indigenously?

Japan that was nearly hardware-ready by 1945 for starting waves of near-space military manned flights, India that possesses various type of ballistic missile including ICBMs, and many other military powerhouses of the G7 seem simply to lack the Green Light.

4. Western Fallacious Claims

Due to the level of self-propaganda in the Western education and media, European people don't even consider their claims as illegitimate. Thus, what was the real technological aerospace status of the West before WWII?

Below, the proof that the West's first aerospace efforts were only blunt plagiarism of Chinese origin inventions, and for this very reason, uncredited by the Westerners.

Quote:The twelve prototypes of Louis Blériot

Starting from February 1907, Blériot had designed another airplane, made in the workshop of Neuilly. Like the type V, the Blériot VI includes a fuselage of square section stretched by cloth-like cord, with wings of varnished paper

Les douze prototypes de Louis Blériot, Gérard HARTMANN, p8

Varnished paper is a technology so Chinese, that the French had to recruit Annamese experts from their French Indochina colony, to produce their airplanes during the WWI ! [Image: rolling%20on%20the%20floor.gif]

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4. Annamese experts at work in a French aircraft factory. The Annamites (so-called inhabitants of Annam in Indochina), experts in the use of lacquer and considered the most skillful, were mainly employed in aircraft construction.

5. Space-time Continuum Warping

For North Korea securing the 4th place as a manned space superpower, one needs to be endowed with Space-time Continuum Warping special capabilities to clarify.

Kim Jong Il was one of these Great Person. And this Space-time Continuum Warping special ability gives us the answer.

By voyaging back in time to the 15th century Choson Dynasty of Korea, and then to 1590, the first ever recorded manned rocket propelled flight of Jung Pyung Gu (정평구, 鄭平九)(1566-1624), gives the priority of the Green Light to the Korean nation.

Although the concept was reverse engineered from the Chinese Wan Hu's (万虎) rocket-propelled manned winged Flying Vehicle, of 1465 AD, Wan Hu's maiden flight ended in failure, while Jung Pyung Gu succeeded with a 12 km flight.

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▲ 5. Wan Hu's (万虎) rocket propelled manned winged Flying Vehicle:
Most likely a rocket plane based on an upscaled, manned version of the world's first military winged rocket, the Shenhuo Feiya (神火飞鸦: Divine fire flying crow) ~1403 AD, powered by 4 external solid fuel strap-on boosters, the fuselage containing explosive charge, with a powered and gliding total range of 300 meters  (神火飞鸦/79429)

6. Conclusion

This vision, absolutely inaccessible and unreal for the common of mortals, shows both the past, four centuries ago, the present and also the near future.

In the journey of every nation there are moments that bring utmost pride and have a historic impact on generations to follow. One such moment is the year 1590.

Choson Korea had successfully tested a manned rocket propelled flying vehicle. Thus unlocking the Green Light for the Fourth Place as a manned space superpower in the 21st century!

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6. Unlocking the Green Light: Mankind first ever manned rocket propelled flight by Jung Pyung Gu (정평구, 鄭平九) in 1590, and all the following manned Hwasong-15E1, Unha-IXE2, Unha-XF1, Unha-XXVII.

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7.  Unlocking the Green Light: Mankind first ever manned rocket propelled flight by Jung Pyung Gu (정평구, 鄭平九) in 1590, and all the following manned Hwasong-15E1, Unha-IXE2, Unha-XF1, Unha-XXVII.

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