Mission

Humans have always been fascinated by space. For centuries, we have looked up at the night sky and wondered what lies beyond our planet. The vastness of space is awe-inspiring and it presents us with a sense of possibility and potential. Exploring space allows us to learn more about the universe and our place in it, and it pushes the boundaries of what we thought was possible. Overall, the love of space that many humans feel is a natural extension of our curiosity and desire to understand the world around us.

Currently, accessibility is only available for a select few. The goal of our project is to provide easier access to space adventures for individuals and businesses who have always wanted to participate in them. We want to make it possible for more people to fulfill their dreams of exploring space and experiencing the excitement of space travel. By facilitating this access, we hope to inspire a new generation of space enthusiasts and help to advance our understanding of the universe.

The first mission of our project is to send a satellite into space. This satellite will be filled with a library of digital and analog media, as well as a few exclusive artifacts. The collection will include beautiful photos, videos, sound recordings, and text provided by people from around the world. This will be a challenging technical accomplishment, but it will also be an emotional one. Knowing that something humans built on Earth has reached beyond our planet will be thrilling. This project will require our best efforts, and it will showcase the capabilities of technology and design. By pushing the boundaries of what is currently possible, we will create an object that will endure for the future.

To fulfill this mission, we are excited to announce that we will be partnering with a successful rideshare program to the moon. We will also be working with engineering companies to develop and test our device, ensuring that it can withstand the harsh conditions of outer space and operate for an extended period of time. This is an exciting opportunity for us and we can't wait to see what the future holds.

The estimated launch date is Q3 2024.

We believe that there is a lot of educational value in getting people to think about the vastness of time and space and our place in the universe. Despite the challenges of this project and of space travel, we are committed to making this dream a reality and giving individuals the opportunity to be part of the exciting world of space exploration. By providing this platform, we hope to inspire the next generation of explorers and make it possible for more people to experience the thrill of space.

What an exciting adventure awaits us. Let’s send it.

Technology

We will use a hybrid of digital, analog and optical technology to archive our data

Analog
We're exploring a new technology, called Nanofiche, to store our data. Nanofiche is a nickel-based film that is perfect for preserving large amounts of analog information in the harsh environment of space. Unlike other archival technologies, it is space-grade, lightweight, highly durable and efficient, and is ready to be used now. The nickel used in Nanofiche never degrades and never needs to be replaced, as it does not oxidize and can withstand high heat, extreme cold, and exposure to the elements, microbes, and chemicals for thousands of years or longer. Each Nanofiche sheet can hold up to 2,000 pages of text at 150 dpi, or 1.2 million images. It can also be used to encode digital data for archival preservation. Overall, Nanofiche is the ideal solution for preserving data in extreme environments.

Digital
The primary storage technology of our mission is digital. This technology involves the use of machine-readable and writeable files in standard formats, which are stored on non-volatile memory cards. NASA used the same type of memory cards for archival purposes in its Orion spacecraft during its Artemis 1 mission in 2022. One of the main advantages of using digital technology is its ability to store large amounts of data while maintaining a small weight profile. In order to prevent data degradation and errors, we use file redundancy with a factor of 2 or 3 depending on the mission.

Optical
5D optical memory, also known as "Superman memory," is an experimental new digital archival medium that encodes data at the nanoscale as layers inside quartz silica glass using a femtosecond laser. This technology has a theoretical capacity of hundreds of terabytes per disc and can last for up to 14 billion years. While it is still in the early stages of research and development, it has the potential to surpass all other forms of digital optical storage within the next 20 years.

Partner and Business Enquiries

We are currently looking for institutions, universities, media houses, and other organizations to participate in our project. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a groundbreaking endeavor and to help shape the future of space exploration. We are seeking partners who are passionate about advancing our understanding of the universe and who are eager to be part of a collaborative effort to make space accessible to more people. If you are interested in joining us, please contact us to learn more about how you can be involved. We look forward to working with you!