NSEA – MILKY WAY MAGELLAN MISSION
To circumnavigate, explore, and map the Milky Way Galaxy with two circular flights, originating from a point directly above the galaxy.
The Galactic Explorer is ordered to fly from Earth via Point Hubble to a point 5,000 light years directly above the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, Point Keppler. From ‘Point Keppler’ and In direct relationship and bearing with the center of the Andromeda Galaxy, the Galactic Explorer will fly a circumferential route around the Milky Way Galaxy, intersecting ‘Galileo Point North’ at the horizontal plane of the galaxy and then proceed to a point 5,000 light years directly below the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, ‘Point Copernicus’. From ‘Point Copernicus’, continue the circumferential pattern and return to ‘Point Keppler’, intersecting ‘Galileo Point South’ at the horizontal plane of the galaxy, directly across from ‘Galileo Point North’.
From ’Point Keppler’ the Galactic Explorer will initiate a ninety (90) degree course adjustment, placing the port side of the craft toward the Andromeda Galaxy and again fly a circumferential route around the Milky Way Galaxy, intersecting ‘Galileo Point East’ at the horizontal plane of the galaxy and then proceed to a point 5,000 light years directly below the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, ‘Point Copernicus’. From ‘Point Copernicus’, continue the circumferential pattern and return to ‘Point Keppler’, intersecting ‘Galileo Point West’ at the horizontal plane of the galaxy, directly across from ‘Galileo Point East’.
From ‘Point Keppler’ the Galactic Explorer will return to ‘Point Hubble’ and from Point Hubble’ the spacecraft will return to Earth.
During the flight the crew will visually explore and map the Milky Way Galaxy.
MISSION POINTS AND LEGS
Point Mokena Imaginary point 1,000 miles above the Earth
Point Hubble Imaginary point in space outside of the Milky Way Galaxy
Point Keppler Imaginary point directly above the center of the galaxy
Point Copernicus Imaginary point directly below the center of the galaxy
Galileo Points Imaginary 90 degree points at galactic equator, North the true horizontal plane of the Milky Way
Earth (Point Mokena) to point Hubble 2 months
Point Hubble to Point Keppler 2 months
Point Keppler to Point Copernicus through Galileo North 7 months
Point Copernicus to Point Keppler through Galileo South 7 months
Point Keppler to Point Copernicus through Galileo East 7 months
Point Copernicus to Point Keppler through Galileo West 7 months
Point Keppler to Point Hubble 2 months
Point Hubble to Earth (through Point Mokena) 2 months
SHIP : The Galactic Explorer
CONFIGURATION : Parabolic Flying Platform
SIZE : Diameter – 66 meters
Height – 22 meters
DECKS : Seven
 ‘A’ DECK Bridge
Self contained and independent life support system
EVA bay with Shuttle
 ‘B’DECK : Crew’s quarters
6 crew compartments, all with separate and independent life support systems
 ‘C’ DECK : Gyroscopic Stellar Navigation Deck
Navigation computers: Nav-DACs
Navigation – Digital Algorithmic Computer (Nav-DAC)
Also houses (3) life boats: Illiad
Each life boat, which is the size of three large buses, houses independent navigation, propulsion, gravity, and life support systems.
 ‘D’ DECK : Propulsion/Stability Deck
Matter/Anti-Matter Aliquot Plasma Ionic Matrix Pulse Drive, or
MAMAPIMPD, and abbreviated to ‘MAMA’ and affectionately called ‘MOM’ by the astronauts.
Mid-ship Horizontal Plane Rotating Titanium Disc.
 ‘E’ DECK Electrical / Radiation Suppression Deck
Three (3) dynamos, powered by direct drive from the above propulsion deck. Also contains huge banks of batteries for emergency power should all three dynamos fail.
Radiation Suppression System (RSS)
Magnetic field projected around space ship for radiation protection
Space ship is double hulled and three feet of inner layer of ship filled with ionized gases and molecules providing a radiation shield (quasi ozone layer)
 ‘F’ DECK Computer Bank Deck / Life Support System Deck
Quantum Computer Activated Tier 9 Integrated Analysis System, or
QCAT-9-IDAS, abbreviated QCAT-9, further abbreviated to CAT, and known as the ‘autopilot’, but affectionately called ‘Fluffy’ by the astronauts.
Dual Triangular Redundant Capacity System: DTRC: Jack Daniels: (Jack)
3 independent control systems (wireless, wire, manual) of the four major systems: navigation, propulsion, life support, gravity. Referred to as the ‘Fifth” system, for it coordinates and feeds all the data to Fluffy for maintenance of the internal environment and any and all course preservations and corrections.
Life Support System (LSS)
Controls Oxygen -atmosphere, temperature, humidity, and
temperature storage for food.
Atmosphere : 21% oxygen, 79% nitrogen
Temperature : 72egrees (constant)
Humidity : 45%
Food storage inventory
Human waste products processing
3 clinic / exam rooms for medical usage and emergencies, which double as exercise rooms
 ‘G’ DECK Gravity / Storage
Vacillating Plasma Matrix Graviton Drive System,
simply called ‘Isaac’ after Sir Isaac Newton, who gave birth to the idea of gravity
Called ‘The Basement’ by the crew, it is the site of storage of most spare parts and food: Dumbwaiter system whisks food up to galley on “A’ Deck for preparation. (Every deck on the Galactic Explorer holds some type of spare part and/or food storage.)
(Speed of Galactic Explorer) (exponents of 10)
Warp Stop stop
Negative Warp less than the speed of light
Negative Warp 8 6.7 miles per hour (fast paced walk)
Negative Warp 7 67 miles per hour
Negative Warp 6 670 miles per hour, or around the speed of sound
Negative Warp 5 6,700 miles per hour, or around the earth in 3 hours
Negative Warp 4 67,000 miles per hour, or around the earth in 20 minutes
Negative Warp 3 670,000 miles per hour, or 186 miles per second Negative Warp 2 1,860 miles per second
Negative Warp 1 18,600 miles per second
Warp 0 speed of light (186,000 miles per second)
Warp 1 10 ten (times) the speed of light
Warp 2 100 hundred (times) the speed of light
Warp 3 1000 thousand (times) the speed of light
Warp 6 1,000,000 million (times) the speed of light
Warp 9 1,000,000,000 billion (times) the speed of light
MILKY WAY SPIRAL GALAXY
100,000 light years across
5,000 light years in thickness at its densest part
At Warp 5.5 less than two months to span the Galaxy
Approximately 1 year odyssey to circumnavigate the galaxy, depending upon tract
156 billion light years across
Warp 13: Able to traverse the entire cosmos in 2 months