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    Default The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    This is an intriguing and complex diagram but makes for fascinating reading...

    A space exploration timeline until 2100 including 10 stars and their distance from earth. Have we perhaps already visited them? Is it fake/legit or been doctored for public consumption?



    Apparently, The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan (ISP) is a very long range systematic perspective of America’s and the Western World’s space program. Its 100-plus-year vision was created from the integration of numerous NASA long-range studies including the project Pathfinder case studies, recommendations from the National Commission on Space’s report to the President, the Ride report to the NASA Administrator, and the new
    National Space Policy Directive. Special initiatives such as the four Pathfinder scenarios or those described in the Ride Report (i.e., Mission To Planet Earth, Exploration of the Solar System, Outpost on the Moon, and Humans to Mars) are integral parts of the ISP.

    These initiatives as well as the agenda described in the National Commision on Space report, are shown by shading the appropriate boxes involved. These shaded versions are
    included separately as attachments to the ISP. The ISP is not meant to be a definitive plan for the development of space, but rather a compilation of evolutionary opportunities for our near-term and long-range space activities.

    The ISP can be read from top to bottom or left to right. From top to bottom, vertical column elements are phased in chronologically to support centerline milestones. Reading across the columns from left to right will yield the total scope of required activity within a given time period in support of the total “integrated” plan.

    The centerline of the ISP is the critical path defined by National Space Policy which closely resembles the NASA Office of Exploration case study 4 scenario — Lunar Outpost To Early Mars Evolution. The Space Shuttle and Space Station are essential initial elements; their value increases through the 1990’s as infrastructure evolves.

    Arrowed lines between boxes depict evolutionary, supporting, or synergistic relationships. Double-arrowed lines between boxes are communication / data links.

    Bold lines are trunk lines with numerous (2 or more) branches stemming from along their length. Boxes with bold outlines are either long-range (centerline) objectives or key “enabling programs” important because their development affects the development of many other programs. Boxes with double lines are in-space transportation nodes.

    The ISP is chronologically portrayed in five year time intervals because this is a practical segment of time for planning and implementation of program objectives. Obviously, the dates shown have an uncertainty which increases with time, but the chronology is intended to be consistent. Finally, the large bubbles represent the synergistic summation of the individual elements of that period. They are the highest level groups of goals: plateaus of human achievement attainable through a comprehensive execution of the depicted ISP elements.

    For a full PDF version, click here -

    https://cdn.makezine.com/uploads/201...plan2color.pdf

    Apparently, according to Frank Chille, Corey Goode got very excited when he saw this.

    Enjoy.

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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    It's from 1989?

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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    Apparently, and on very bottom it says "redrawn by Nicholas Lee" - so is that the latest version revised then and is there an earlier version - it does get you thinking, what other strategic plans regarding space exploration are NOT in the public domain

    A few other noted contributors/acknowledgements at the very bottom too -

    Special Thanks to Paul Turner D/299-308
    Jonathan V. Post D/282/200 and J. David Ray D/286-201
    Very Special Thanks to Robert A. Weaver D/286-001,
    William S. Trueman D/286-204, Ernest L. Freddolino D/282-100,
    Edward M. Repic D/385-400, Sherry D. Lowrey McDonnell Douglas,
    Charles L. Stone D/282-200, Richard A. Robitaille D/286-500,
    the entire 286-204 Data Engineering Team,
    the entire Lunar and Planetary Missions Analysis Team and
    R. Fred Pfost who said “Do it.”


    After a coffee, a couple of synchronistic searches led me to the "Lunar Exploration Roadmap" -

    https://www.lpi.usra.edu/leag/LER-2016.pdf
    https://www.lpi.usra.edu/leag/LER-Version-1-3-2013.xls
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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    Part of the trickle feed plan to edge us slowly forward in their careful plan while they have developments years and decades ahead of the game.

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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    The Rockwell plan, I wonder how many plans there are.

    John
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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    Quote Posted by johnf (here)
    The Rockwell plan, I wonder how many plans there are.

    John
    just the one, the one we don't actually get to see on paper, theirs, all others are just subterfuge 0.o
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    Default Re: The Rockwell Integrated Space Plan Chart - The 100 year vision

    AHA, a 2017 Version, which believe it or not - the production of it was funded with a $20,000 kickstarter gig - You can even buy it as a poster



    https://integratedspaceanalytics.com/store

    To zoom in on one, visit

    https://www.reddit.com/r/space/comme..._plan_to_take/

    P.S. Corey Goode might get even more excited when he sees it on my Kitchen Wall
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