Future Space Cable Lifts Anchoring Sites

Nations became rather envious of how cheaply the investors team responsible for their 2 high orbiting settlements would be able to have robotically formed at very little cost, then sent to Earth, all needed to robotically form the first geostationary height stably centered cable lift system. This for now competitively set aside any nations' future dreams to try any such good way to get many future things up into Earth orbits etc., far cheaper than old single use costly big rockets.

E.g., Malaysia had been one adequate place offering an anchoring site, about 500km North from the equator, good for a geostationary height cable lift. It could be reached by cars, busses, trains from over half of continental Earth, or planes or ships could reach Malaysia. 500km from the equator meant it wouldn't be difficult to keep refined equator orbits satellites safely never striking the cable, at any heights. And there were numerous other possible places around the globe where anchoring sites could be established at least at that safe distance from the equator, good for more safe future geostationary height cable lift systems to also become formed.

Such a geostationary height stably centered cable lift system would at least reduce commercial companies' costs or national tax burdens to have built more old big costly rockets to send things up off Earth. They could instead now pay very low costs to have future things cable lifted up for Earth orbits, or for interplanetary or even interstellar exploratory space probes and vessels. Most lifting electric energy would come almost free from Solar light converting big disk films and conducted down or up superconducting power lines safely at frigid cold space temperatures.

To form more such cable lifts in the future, best would be to have most all needed parts robotically made (very cheaply) on good source asteroids, sent to Earth, then robotically assembled (at little cost) above some other anchoring sites. E.g., if at Paris or Chicago, (better for Europe or North America), then instead of Earth radius 6371.22km, these are in at 2182km or in 1626km closer to Earth's axis, thus needing that much longer cable to reach geostationary height, (while being 4800.6km or 4251.6km North of the equator). But that's not a bad problem. These simply add 6.1% or 4.5% to geostat height needed cable lengths. Space technicians in Europe or N. America should love having conveniently closer located geostationary heightcable lift Earth anchoring positions.

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