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Small climbers have been demonstrated through the Spaceward Space ELevator Games
Small climbers have been demonstrated through the Spaceward Space Elevator Games
 
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Include images and videos from the SE Games
Include images and videos from the SE Games
Include design write-ups
Include design write-ups

Revision as of 04:28, 1 July 2008

The Climber

Ascending the ribbon efficiently and reliably is crucial. The climber utilizes current technology throughout and is under development through the Spaceward Foundation Space Elevator Games.

Check the discussion page to find a to-do list...

Value Units
Mass 30 tons
Height 20 meters
Width 20 meters
Payload 60 tons
Maximum Velocity 200 kph
Power usage 2 MW


Climber.jpg


The working climber design is [climber.aoi here]. The software being used to modify it is Art of Illusion which is open source freeware. Notes on the design are located [climberdesignnotes.odt here] and readable with OpenOffice.


Status:

Small climbers have been demonstrated through the Spaceward Space Elevator Games

Value Units
Mass 25 kg
Height 2 meter
Width 2 meter
Payload 10 kg
Maximum Velocity 18 kph
Power usage 9 kW


Include images and videos from the SE Games Include design write-ups


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