Metatronic Field Control Satellite


Copyright: SocioSystemic Telecommunicatios Institute /  UN / © 12/09/2086


The SkyKover project was an unprecedented technological challenge at the end of the 21st century.

It suffered several delays due to the high cost of the Orbital MetaWave Field Generator and the enrgy required to operate in the thermosphere, far below the usual level of the old telephone satellites of the last century.


Advances in manufacturing engineering at the Luna-3 base made it possible to assemble on the Moon in low-gravity conditions and to test operational quality in the Moon´s orbit. Another key to success was the use of photovoltaic fabric, an invention from the beginning of 2025 but with no industrial applications until pneumatic architecture was developed for the Moon’s laboratories and factories. This same fabric covers the entire satellite to provide sufficient electrical energy to operate indefinitely.


The Copernicus space freighters tow the satellites from their lunar orbit to Earth’s orbit on their return trips along with the usual tourist groups and STU containers holding bioChips, anamorphites of different varieties and other high-tech products manufactured under low-gravity conditions.


A FMCS, rather than a satellite, could be considered an orbiting vessel, as its dimensions surpass those of any other device in the history of astronautics. With its antennas extended, it can reach a wingspan of one kilometre. Its spherical ring core, 100 meters in diameter, is an active MetaWave generator with an 8.5 kg anamorphite crystal in centrifugal rotation.

It has all types of sensors for monitoring weather parameters and multi-resolution, thermographic and stereoscopic cameras. The vast amount of information is managed by 12 4th generation graphene processors running in parallel. Any breakdown allows a replacement time of over a year, thus optimizing maintenance costs by grouping the routes of the Copernicus shuttles.


To maintain its position at the exact level of its UTM coordinate, it uses a multitude of perpetually operating oxygen ejectors, generated from moon ice stored in warehouses distributed throughout the superstructure. From the tips of its 4 orthogonal antennas they generate a magnetic field for alignment between adjacent satellites, which facilitates precise positioning and reduces the consumption of pressurized gases to maintain their orbital position in synchrony with the Earth’s rotation.


Once the SkyKover Loop has been completed, on 12 September according to the recent announcement by the United Nations, the radiation regulating shield will be activated to compensate for the weakened atmospheric ozone layer. The technology used is not public, but reliable scientific sources suggest that it is very likely that the satellites are in fact enormous ozone generators, and that is the reason for their low operating altitude. Many scientists consider the excess of units in orbit illogical and the associated costs have been subject of incessant debate on the Net for over a decade.


ORBIT HEIGHT:            180 km

ORBIT TYPE:               UTM Assisted Geostationary Matrix

POWER SOURCE:       Solar photovoltaic

ECOENERGETIC RATION:  data not available

DIMENSIONS:              0.79 x 0.79 x 0.39 km