A lot of people ask me what SpaceChain is.The answer is many – first of all, it’s a network built on the top of the Blockchain source-code, where “transactions” have been replaced by “transmissions”. “Fees”, are the fees for using the satellite network for anything you want.We have 4 operational satellite’s in geostationary orbits, ranging… Read more
𝜋 is often an important constant, when it comes to calculating a lot of equations in celestial mechanics, and space applications. The more decimals, the more precise outcome of the equations.
So, here, we give you 𝜋 with 100 000 decimals.
DNA Sequence of the COVID-19 virus The complete RNA of the COVID-19 virus As many other organizations, SpaceChain is also trying to stop the pandemic (lets call it for what it is) of COVID-19. Below, is the complete genetic code of the COVID-19 virus. LOCUS MN908947 29903 bp ss-RNA linear VRL 11-FEB-2020 DEFINITION Severe acute respiratory… Read more
After several attacks on our servers, we decided to remake everything, and put the site on a new server.With daily backups, we hope to keep it this way.It’s much easier with physical access to the server – if it’s hacked, just put in a new hard-drive with the previous backup.Besides – we’re going to publish… Read more
Our first batch of eco-friendly solid rocket-fuel is finally ready for testing.It’s all organic, and doesn’t catch fire by sparks, heat or accidentally. It’s glowing in several colors, which is unfortunately very hard to see in the picture – it’s really beautiful actually.It’s ignited by microwave radiation, and testing is scheduled in a week, maybe… Read more
We promised yesterday to post some pictures on what we’re working on right now: a sub-space flight to the Stratosphere, with a fully autonomous drone. Please say hello to #Bitnation Space Agency’s Phaeton 4. It’s a delta-wing, with a wingspan of 2.2 meters, powered by 8 brushless motors as engines and two rocket-boosters. (Not in the pictures.)… Read more
We have a faint signal from the International Space Station voice downlink, as it’s in a very distant position in its orbit, at 145.80 MHz.Also reception on cross band voice repeater at 437.80 MHz and also digital packet uplink/downlink at 144.49 MHz.
Our next project is about radio astronomy. The basic setup is finished and RF-equipment and electronics are installed.We are now able to listen on all frequencies between 100 KHz up to 35 GHz.I’m still however trying to figure out how to relay the signals from the installation outside Stockholm to our HQ in city, and… Read more