The actual “beam” is an encrypted S/Ku band radio frequency transmission from the ground to satellites in geosynchronous orbit 25,000 miles out in space (The NASA “Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS)” satellites) and then re-transmitted back to the International Space Station in low Earth orbit (~250 miles above the Earth’s surface). Since these are electromagnetic transmissions they are always traveling at the “speed of light” (i.e. 186,000 miles/sec). The position of the TDRS satellites in the sky is constant (due to being in geosynchronous orbit) so it’s possible to determine the star systems in the background that will receive the ‘spill-over’ from the transmission. The position of the ISS at the time of transmission is always different of course since it orbits the Earth every 90 minutes – so that’s why every transmission is a little different.
Artemis Space Network, developed by Artemis Music Entertainment Inc., is a space-based globally accessible commercial platform for art, music and entertainment media enabling artists, producers, creators, curators and their communities to connect musical and artistic works to the inspiration, perspective and opportunity of outer space.
GLOBAL SECURE ACCESS
Combined with blockchain technology that preserves the uniqueness and provenance of underlying rights and intellectual property, the Artemis Space Network allows the creation and transmission of space-flown creative works that directly connects creators, curators and communities anywhere in the world.
SPACE IS FOR EVERYBODY
As human society ventures into space, enabled by science and technology, we also carry with us all that makes us human. The Artemis Space Network enables new frontiers of opportunity for creators, curators and brands to design their own digital space missions, allowing them to share and monetize their creative works with global communities of fans, patrons, collectors and investors.
CREATING A DIGITAL SPACE ECONOMY
We believe that space is for everybody. Our goal is to enable a digital space economy, making the thrill of space experiences accessible, participatory and meaningful to everyone with a mobile phone.
- Submit WL form.
- Upload NFT links and downloaded files from the Blockchain. Refer to process.
- Crypto Crew WL confirmation will be sent to your email address within 7 days.
- Crypto Crew confirmation form will be sent to finalize your submission 10 days prior to the mission date.
- 7 days prior to the mission date NFT files will be submitted in a digital payload manifest to commence the pre-launch file approval process.
- Crypto Crew announcement and mission countdown to commence:
- Crypto Crew NFTs will be displayed in the Crypto Crew Misson NFT channel in Discord.
- Invite to Mission Livestream webcast.
- Mission Day
- Mission Livestream via YouTube with the Artemis Space Network + guest speakers as available.
- Mission After-Party on Clubhouse!
- Post-Launch Week
- Artemis Space Network will provide the space-flown files, minted NFT mission patches, and NFT mission authentication Space Flight Certificates within two weeks of the launch date.
- Attend community events as guest speakers to promote NFTs2Space.
- One certified NFT file from each submission will be displayed in our 3D Space Gallery designed by GD Galleries.
- Feedback form sent to all Crypto Crew members.
No, but you must get permission from the owner to be included in the space missions.
No, but the space mission certificate includes the transaction hash to verify authenticity. If you want this included on your certificate, you need to mint the NFT beforehand and provide the transaction hash.
Yes, maximum file size is TBC.
You can send up to 5 NFTs.
No, we accept NFTs minted on all Blockchains.
You need to download your NFTs directly from the node configured media storage and convert to JPEG, PNG, MP3, MP4.
We need your ETH or DeSo wallet (depending upon which node you choose for us to mint your mission patch NFTs and certificates), transaction hash code for each NFT (found in your smart contract/wallet), Token ID (if part of a collection).
The flight details will be embedded on the Flight Certificates, the image of NFT, NFT transaction hash, Item name and Token ID no. (if applicable) to validate the space-flown NFTs.
All certified NFTs sent on our missions will be added to our crypto-crew Discord channels, 3D Space Gallery, and promoted on Twitter and DeSo.
Announcements and updates are made in our NFTs2Space Discord #general and #announcement channels (https://discord.gg/uMGdtg4v8m) and emails are sent to all crew members. We also post regular updates on Twitter and DeSo.
Yes, we have a weekly meetup every Monday at 1 pm ET on ClubHouse/Entre. The event details are announced in Discord weekly and posted on Twitter and DeSo.
- Join the NFTs2Space Discord – (https://discord.gg/uMGdtg4v8m).
- Follow us on Twitter – https://twitter.com/NFTs2Space
- Follow us on DeSo – TBC
- Join NFTs2Space Club on Clubhouse – https://www.clubhouse.com/join/nfts2space/4IxuqBDq?utm_medium=ch_invite&utm_campaign=ECZiRexlff0ZmOS9K3F51A-107137
- Email us [email protected]
- Website: nfts2space.com
The Artemis Space Network is a globally accessible commercial space platform for music, art, crypto, gaming and entertainment media, connecting people and their digital worlds to the vast opportunity, inspiration, wonder and perspective of outer space.
The Artemis Space Network leverages deep relationships with NASA to create a commercial pathway for “digital space missions” to the International Space Station (ISS), and beyond.
The Artemis Space Network is owned and operated by Artemis Music Entertainment Inc. based in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
- The Artemis Space Network digitalspace missions are coordinated by Artemis Music Entertainment, Inc. through existing NASA agreements for commercial access to and activity aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
- Digital source files are processed at the Artemis Mission Control Center in Houston, Texas (adjacent to the NASA Johnson Spaceflight Center) and prepared for transmission to the ISS. Any form of digital file is acceptable.
- Preparation of the source files includes data traceability and security scans following NASA data protocols.
- Approved digital mission files are transmitted by spaceflight engineers at the Houston Mission Control Center to NASA tracking and communications stations, typically located at the White Sands Complex in New Mexico or Guam, where they were then beamed into space and relayed by a constellation of NASA satellites to commercial fileservers resident aboard the International Space Station.
- In the process of beaming the files to the ISS, they are also beamed into deep space to distant star systems.
- Following a full orbit of Earth aboard the ISS, they files are then beamed back down to Earth and relayed back to the Mission Control Center. The files typically travel over 125,000 miles through space.
- The telemetry and metadata authentication containing details of the spaceflight journey are documented in Certified Flight Certificates and can be built into blockchain smart contracts associated with the digital files.
Operations are conducted from “The Bridge” – Mission Control Center, located in Houston, TX.
“The Bridge” Mission Control Center in Houston, TX is owned and operated by Nanoracks LLC.