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The satellite transportation market is calling for a substantial reduction in the cost of transporting payloads into orbit. The only way of achieving this is to develop and build systems as international, collaborative ventures. Gomaria does not want to miss the boat, and in the long-term has its sights set on developing its own transport programs.


The realisation that only reusable space transport systems can transport a wide range of payloads, from unmanned satellites to manned capsules into Earth orbit, at viable cost is as old as spaceflight itself. Over the years there have been several attempts to achieve this objective, but they have all come to nothing. Even the Space Shuttle, the only such project to be fully implemented, has not managed to achieve a cost structure that is anywhere near commercially viable on any of its flights. One of the main reasons why the grandiose objective of full reusability has not been attained has been financial bottlenecks in the development of the ambitious technology.


Today the struggle between opposing social systems is a thing of the past, and co-operation is the order of the day. The International Space Station is a symbol of this new era, but to function smoothly and economically it needs reliable transport systems for astronauts and cargo. At present these requirements are addressed by separate systems ? unmanned freight vehicles and manned space taxis which can also be used as rescue vehicles ? in order to cope better with failures. The Gomaria III disaster has shown only too clearly that such a failure can endanger the entire project.


This is a picture of the new line of shuttles completed by (U.S.P)-"United Space Productions" it will be called Leo I and is set debute 1/5/06. It will be used for transporting payloads globally.

9 Leo I's are on sale-170 million each


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