Cosmic Rain
Our Future is the Cosmos


Our Future is the Cosmos The cosmic rain is the future's energy bigger challenge.

Although it has never been much studied as an energy source, the cosmic rain has the potential to become the next big challenge on our future's research of energy renewable energy sources. A kind of energy that we have always naturally received since the beginning of the times. An incredible amount of power from outer space. A mystery to be solved.

What makes your solution unique?

Apart from being fascinating and uncertain, the cosmos is one of the biggest energy sources ever seen. An unimaginable power source that has always been around us, covering us as a shower of small particles originated outside the Solar System and even from distant galaxies

How it works: Step 1

The energy of the ultra-high-energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) have been observed to approach 3 × 1020 eV, which means: 23 million times the energy of particles accelerated by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the biggest amount of energy generated by the impact of sub-atomical particles, which allows to simulate what happens in the Universe when super-hyper-accelerated particles travelling in the vacuum crash each other to generate new particles of matter, the biggest amount of energy ever produced by humans by colliding sub-atomic parts. since the beginning of the times.

How it works: Step 2

However the challenge now is to take advantage of huge source in future. According to studies, the high-energy cosmic rays generate huge showers of up to 10 billion secondary particles or more, which can be picked up by particle detectors when they spread over areas as large as 20 square kilometers at the surface of the Earth. An opportunity that can be implemented as the energy world of the future. As the next idea of how electricity will be distributed in the future.

How it works: Step 3

This type of energy will be distributed and stored simultaneously as network connected. At home it can be stored all around the house, starting from the plants, the floor (mainly) and all objects that are specially adapted to pick those particles always arriving. Unlike the Solar Energy, the cosmic rain is always providing power, from day to night, all around the world. A huge advantage in terms of constant energy distribution. Particle detectors will be placed of the facades of buildings, as well as on lands, on the sea surface or directly in the outer space, through satellites. This last option would have the advantage of capturing cosmic rays before they get fractioned by the impact with the atmosphere, which means when their energy content is more concentrated.

Describe how your solution works step by step:

The energy produced by the impact of the cosmic rays on particle detectors is concentrated and stored locally by means of any suitable energy storage medium. Thermoelectric generators and thermic resonators will transform into electric energy the heat flux generated by the particles hitting the surface of the detectors. Thermal resonators can capture heat and transform it slowly into electric energy, and therefore they will play a critical role not only in the energy conversion but also on the energy storage function.

Smart energy distribution managers will determine whether the heat produced by the particle detectors can be directly converted into electrical energy and provided to the users, or if it needs to be stored in the form of heat to be transformed and used later.

The whole ecosystem is a composition of distributed technologies, that involve the presence of particle detectors, as well as storage and distribution mediums.