Milestones:  
2015: Schedule: December | Mission complete 
Mission: High-altitude balloon experiment. 
Objectives: Radiation test on electronic components and altitude “hack” of generic GPS firmware. 
Funding: Hardware already funded and paid for. 
Mission was carried out successfully by two teams in the U.S. Valuable scientific discovereis were made about the radiation-levels at high altitudes. The electronic worked without any failures, exposed for more than 100x normal radiation, and freezing -60C. 

2016: Schedule: May | Mission complete 
Mission: High-altitude balloon experiment. 
Objectives: Radiation test on electronic components.
COM/NAV/CTRL-telemetry check from 35 000 m
Funding: Hardware already funded and paid for. 
Clear skies:
300 baud at GPRS at 35 000
2 Mbit/s direct antenna at 1.3 GHz
11 Mbits/s direct parabolic antenna with gain at 2.4 GHz

2016: Schedule: July | Mission complete 
Mission: High-altitude balloon experiment. 
Objectives: Radiation test on electronic components - COM/NAV/CTRL-telemetry check from 35 000 m
Funding: Hardware already funded and paid for. 
Thunderstorm:
No GSM connection at 35 GHz.
Distorted signal direct antenna at 1.3 GHz
0.1 Mbits/s direct parabolic antenna with gain at 2.4 GHz with several cuts in communication.

2017: Schedule: Mars | Mission complete 
Mission: High-altitude balloon experiment. 
Objectives: COM/NAV/CTRL-telemetry check from 35 000 m
Funding: Hardware already funded and paid for. 
Partly cloudly:
300 baud at GPRS at 35 000 distance to closest GSM-ground station 30+ km.
5 Mbit/s direct antenna at 1.3 GHz
16 Mbits/s direct parabolic antenna with gain at 2.4 GHz
1 Mbit/s 440 MHz secondary telemetry link


2018: 
Schedule June/July
Mission: High-altitude balloon experiment. 
Objectives: Radiation test on electronic components for ROSS 1
Funding: Hardware already funded and paid for.
Funding for hydrogen remains.

2019: 

Schedule: July (Postponed to 2019) 
Mission: ROSS 1 (H.O.P.E 7) rocket launch. 
Objectives: Component sustainability-test for withstanding the force of 7 G's and radiation in space.
Funding:  Not funded yet. Funding needed for propellant and hardware (Engine). 
To build the bigger Phaeton-space ship, ROSS 1 needs to pass a series of testes.
ROSS-1 (HOPE7) is one of the two carries boosters on the Phaeton space ship but can also be used to launch smaller payloads to low altitude. (150 km)

Schedule: July
Mission: BULLDOG 1 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 8) (Postponed to july 2019)
Objectives: Reaching LEO (Low Earth Orbit - 400 km) and deploying payloads. (Fuel depots for future missions to the moon) 
Funding: Funds needed for hardware. 


Schedule: December
Mission: BULLDOG 2 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 8.2)  
Objectives: Experimenting with magnetic traps for anti-matter in higher Earth orbit. (500 km altitude)   
altitude
Funding: Not funded yet. 
Schedule:

Schedule:November
Mission: BULLDOG 3 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 9)  Objectives: Researching the possibility of bringing back anti-matter to Earth using magnetic traps for researching in alternative clean energy and refueling depots for future missions to the moon.   
Funding: Not funded yet.
 
2020: 
Schedule: Mars/April 
Mission: Phaeton 1 mission to the Moon. 
Objectives: Putting a robotic rover equipped with a HD-camera (and if possible also scientific equipment) on the lunar surface. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 
Schedule: September Mission: Phaeton 2 mission to the Moon. 
Objectives: Researching the possibility of mining on the moon by remotely controlled robots. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: December
Mission: Phaeton 3 mission to the Moon. 
Objectives: Researching the possibility of mining on the moon by remotely controlled robots and sending back samples to Earth. 
Funding: Not funded yet.   

Schedule: April/May 
Mission: BULLDOG 4 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 10) 
Objectives: Putting new fuel depots in orbit for Phaeton 7 mission to put the first human launched by SpaceChain to the Earth orbit in December 2022. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: August/September 
Mission: BULLDOG 5 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 11) 
Objectives: Putting fuel depots and radio-relay satellite in orbit for Phaeton 4 mission in November. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: November 
Mission: Phaeton 3.2 mission to NEA (Near Earth Asteroids) 
Objectives: Researching the possibility of mining on an asteroid by remotely controlled robots and sending back samples to Earth. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 
2021: 

Schedule: January 
Mission: BULLDOG 6 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 12) 
Objectives: Putting communication satellites in geostationary orbit for radio-relay from the Moon to Earth. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: Mars/April
Mission: BULLDOG 7 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 13) 
Objectives: Putting fuel depots and radio-relay satellite in orbit for Phaeton 5 mission in September. 
Funding: Not funded yet. Schedule: September/October 
Mission: Phaeton 5 mission to the Moon. 
Objectives: Full mining operation on the moon by remotely controlled robots and sending back ores to Earth. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

 2022: 
Schedule: April/May 
Mission: Phaeton 6 rocket launch. 
Objectives: Putting the first space station module in orbit. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: September 
Mission: BULLDOG 8 rocket launch. (H.O.P.E 14) 
Objectives: Deploying cargo to the space station. 
Funding: Not funded yet. 

Schedule: December 
Mission: Phaeton 7 mission to the space station. 
Objectives: The first human space flight by the Bitnation Space Agency to the space station in orbit. 
Funding: Not funded yet.

The schedules for the 5-years plan objectives are estimated based on current technology and funding.
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