Oleg Alexandrov was born on the 20th of March, 1969 in the city of Tekeli (Kazakhstan), finished school in 1986.
From 1987 to 1988 he worked at the station of young technicians of Tekeli as instructor of three groups: Aircraft modeling group, Rocket modeling group and Filming group. For active participation in the preparation of exhibitions at competitions and contests he received award fees. In 1988, he prepared with his pupils an interplanetary probe project designed for collection and delivery of soil samples from Mars to the Earth for the Union contest "Space". The project differed from the earlier ones by the original cassette soil intake device and the use of the long range Mars rover, which carried the take-off missile. He developed the principles of the automated moving of the Mars rover on the surface. It was planned to equip the Mars rover with the system to overcome the impassable obstacles by landing rocket engines, in extreme situations.
In 1988 he was sent with positive characteristics to the preparatory department of the Moscow Aviation Institute. However, for unknown reasons, the documents (with an official letter of referral!) were not accepted.
In 1988-1990 he was an active inventor. He elaborated an efficient method of placing on a limited workshop area, a disc solar sail of an ultra-large size and its deployment in space by means of the centrifugal force. He also developed a method of spatial structures forming for reinforcement of composite materials.
In 1989 he became seriously interested in the idea of HOTOL air liquefaction during acceleration and was engaged in its optimization.
In 1991-1992 he worked as a broker for Moscow Insurance Company "Service Reserve" where he created Service-Cruise Department for implementation of shipbuilding projects. He was engaged in the development of new water entertainment business technologies.
In 1992-1993 he worked under contract with companies "Radar" and "Vnedrenie" while continuing to implement shipbuilding projects of large and comfortable cruising catamarans construction.
In 1994 he established company "Alex Craft" in the USA CA for promotion of commercial shipbuilding and aviation projects. During that period, he was engaged in the development and implementation of multi-screwed helicopter heavy-lift system, on which he has applied in 1996 and received patent No. RU 2159197 C2 in 2000.
In 1996 he organized with two partners company Cruise Service for the implementation of the construction of the sailing and motor driven cruise catamaran of a great comfort as well as for the implementation of some tourism projects.
From 1997 to 2001 he was actively engaged in development of tourism and tour projects on comfortable helicopters, boats, and yachts. He was engaged in brokering for the purchase and sale of various technical facilities, transport services, etc.
In 2001, he published one of his space projects, "Astronaut Wings for $10000” in the Space News magazine No. 10/2001 in which he proposed to use a reusable “Energia” booster as the main stage for suborbital flights of 150-200 persons from the sea-based platforms.
In 2002 he incorporated company "Aerospace Systems" for the implementation of his aerospace projects. In 2003, together with two partners, he opened Interplanet Trans Systems Corporation for the implementation of a solar sail project.
He was actively engaged in development and looking for investors for solar sail, space advertising, and interplanetary expedition projects. During the period of 2002-2004, he developed a concept of manned expedition to Mars. He applied for the expertise of this project and received a positive decision with a recommendation for its further development.
On the 9th of April, 2004 he announced his private scientific and commercial project of a manned mission to Mars at the Interfax press conference. The event had a positive response among the progressive part of aerospace professionals. Indeed, the project featured simplicity and an absolute reliability, and could allow making a landmark of the mankind absolutely real already in 2011. The project was supported by specialists (!) but was not supported by government amateurs (!) and the commercial projects that contributed to self-financing of such a big project were not supported and even deliberately closed. (The most unique point in this project was that it was designed by one person, the present grant Applicant, and the specialists were engaged only for numerical optimization of ballistics and for clarifying certain technical aspects, as well as documentation preparation).
In 2005-2006 he was engaged in testing inflatable structures for the Earth and the space as well as in the development of space advertising projects.
He was modeling the process of dome arrays to cover large areas. He developed a multi-dome system to create an artificial climate on large areas of 1000x1000 meters or more. He developed the construction principle of large inflatable structures made of a thin shell without using the air blowers. The know-how of the project is that it is possible to build a large dome by using a thin shell.
In 2007-2010 he was engaged in marketing of inflatable structures in Russia, Kazakhstan and the USA by studying the potential demand. He manufactured and tested several experimental designs for the mass market with a limited budget.
At present he is engaged in inventive activities.
In September 2011 he applied for the following inventions patents:
• The method of delivery into space of O-ring and lattice surfaces, application No. 2011139351. This is an original method of construction on the Earth and delivery of the orbiting annular space stations with a diameter of 300 meters or more, as well as telescopes, space power stations and radio aids.
• The method of cargo transportation in the planet atmosphere at speeds higher than the orbital velocity and a hypersonic device for its implementation. No. 2011139349. It's a method that allows building space planes that can move in the atmosphere at speeds exceeding 16 km per second without the hull heating.
• A method of multiple space lift re-entry of the oversized loads, application No. 2011140578 This method allows lifting in space of the construction with the sizes up to 80x80x100 meters without packing and deployment.
• A linear rocket motor with an active control of the critical section and multi-leveled arrangement of the combustion chambers. No.2011140576. It will allow building the aerospace systems with minimal noise and working motors vibration and maximize their safety.
• A method of space advertising, No. 2011140577, it will significantly attract the advertisers to the space types of advertising.