Make our future in space come sooner. We're building a bridge between people who want to have a positive impact on humanity’s future in space and the space companies that are driving it forward.
This initiative aims to pave the way for creating crucial technologies essential for the long-term human settlement on the Red Planet. Initial focus to be on biotechnology, addressing constraints faced on Mars.
An enormous solar sail between Earth and the Sun could slow Earth's temperature rise enough to give us time to transform into a climate-sustainable society.
Greg Hodgin is trying to go from science fiction to science fact by creating a Warp Drive that will make it possible to travel faster than light.
We talk to Jenny Jansson about how she, who didn't pass mathematics in primary school, could be awated Physics Teacher of the Year, and how we can make young people more optimistic about the future.
Humanity is now laying the groundwork to be able to expand into space. SpaceX, Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, Axiom Space – and a small startup with a funny name.
Tina and Tom Sjögren plan to get to – and back – from Mars in their own rocket, with their own built-in rocket engine. Here are the eight steps required to reach the red planet.