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Space exploration

The first gravitational lift to space

Project: Duration of lift and motion: 10 hours.

Altitude from the Earth’s surface: minimum 60km (entering Earth's mesosphere)


Initial condition of motion: vertical positioning and lift.


Location of the lift: One city in each continent.

Point of return: The same as the point of departure.


Please post any questions on the Keshe spaces forum and if appropriate they will be answered.

In the near future we will offer to the general public space trips to the Moon, where each trip will include visits to four historic Apollo sites on the Moon (Apollo program). The spacecraft will stop for 2 hours on four Apollo sites to give passengers the opportunity to photograph and video the sites and the artefacts (flags, foot of the LM, LRV, Surveyor 3). The trips will be broadcast worldwide through TV channels and the Internet. On their return the passengers will receive a certificate. During these trips passengers cannot disarmbark from the craft, though on later voyages this will be possible.

Duration of journey (lift and motion): 72 hours

The projected moon trips






The Moon Trip Program is as follows.



Download above program (in pdf).
The trip: landing on the Moon, but no disembarking on the Moon. 


Initial condition of motion: vertical positioning and lift in circular motion around the Earth, approach and landing on the surface of the Moon. Stopping on the surface of the Moon about 2 hours maximum (Apollo 11 site, Apollo 12 site, Apollo 14 site and Apollo 16 site) and highest location on the Moon (Mont Huygens of the Montes Apenninus), flight over the Apollo 15 site, return journey, landing at the point of departure. On Google Earth you can find more information about the Apollo sites. Check more


Any questions? Please post on the Keshe spaces forum and if appropriate it will be responded to.