|25 Jan 2019|
|06:01:51||neutronstar||@sean I'm interested in the flight computer part, I have no knowledge in web development. For me the only time that works for teleconference is the time used by the other meetings. The day however is flexible as long as it doesn't collide with Coral or Lander meetings.|
|06:31:02||sean||neutronstar How would in-riot meetings work for you? Would you possibly also be interested in the spec writing side? It might also be worth getting in touch with the #spacedecentral-coral-lander:matrix.org group, as I believe they've started looking into flight software requirements for Coral|
|07:13:58||neutronstar|| @sean I was the one initiating flight software/hardware discussion in the lander group. I also tried starting such discussion in this forum by suggesting software, but haven't been able to get much discussion going.|
How does Riot-meetings work and how do they differ from Riot discussions or teleconferencing?
If you with spec writing mean software requirements, design specification and test specifications then I could help out with that. I can also help with development environment.
It'd be no different than a riot discussion.
That'd be great!
|26 Jan 2019|
|00:15:07||Daniell Mesquita|| |
|27 Jan 2019|
|23:26:04||pete.b||Daniell i think we get comms for free with the lander. interesting idea though|
|23:28:20||pete.b||sean i'n not super sure we're at the spec-writing level yet. we could do sims like you said, and the sims would probably incorporate prototype flight software for power systems control etc|
In reply to @pete.b:matrix.orgFair enough. Perhaps we can start with spec writing for what spacecraft behaviors we'd possibly like to simulate?
|23:35:35||pete.b||the sintering part and power drain?|
|23:36:21||pete.b||i would also say any moving parts, but we haven't gotten that far on the manufacturing design side|
|28 Jan 2019|
|00:05:10||pete.b||check out this random video: john carmack = creator of DOOM and also founder of armadillo aerospace. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcWRc1wK3gM|
|00:06:08||pete.b||so sean maybe a good sim starting point for the vehicle would be a battery sim. where you can have X sources and Y sinks. like it gets power from the vehicle and maybe solar panels, and supplies power to lots of things|
|00:07:22||pete.b||you'd model maybe as a function of "dt" a timestep.|
|00:08:15||pete.b||set up initial conditions, and then have a function that calculates the derivative actually, so maybe you don't even know the timestmp|
|00:08:42||pete.b||people use something called Trick for simulation here, but that's um overkill|
|29 Jan 2019|
|02:08:04||tmallard||For electricity are 3 non solar/battery sources, 1. Ace in the hole, a feedback genset from existing TRL 6+ motors and gensets. 2. Magnetic genset & calorie motor.|
|02:33:15||pete.b||So these are all for lunar night?|
|02:35:15||pete.b||And I'm guessing you're avoiding batteries because they need a certain temperature to work, right?|
|02:45:07||tmallard||Not really, the calorie motor supplies heat for nights by induction to a thermal fluid that can store 350C heat for later if needed, genset electricity both on the same stator-rotor, how much power do you expect?|
|05:51:58||Daniell Mesquita||Hi @room I have some proposals. First, satelites to bridge the communication between Moon and Earth through an CJDNS/Althea mesh network. These satelites could also provide meshnetworks bridge with clearnet, decentralizing Internet and making it accessible for people who live in poverty|
|05:52:34||Daniell Mesquita||(forwarded from governance room, and I'll forward the other messages I didn't posted here)|
|05:53:29||Daniell Mesquita||Also, projects for terraforming Moon and Mars in a way community haves an open communication channel for discuss, report problems and develop solutions for a sustainable and secure changing on planets for making them habitable|
|05:54:50||Daniell Mesquita||Another thing is about colonizing Antarctica, by using an structure that imitates the sun and other land aspects, while protecting from external cold|
|05:55:25||Daniell Mesquita||About that last (third), I did some draws on 2017/2018 and how it could reasonably work|
|05:55:51||Daniell Mesquita||About the first, I have a project about mesh networks (also began writing/drawing it at 2017)|
|20:39:04||suzi.bianco||Hi @daniellmesquita:matrix.org , while I'm thrilled to see you sharing these here with us, we would like to encourage you and the entire community to share and discuss proposals in the forum (https://spacedecentral.net/forum) we know it's not a superb tool right now, but we'd like to see it grow and become the birthplace of awesome projects!|