Space perspective

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What is the mission of Space Perspective?
Space Perspective is a human spaceflight company giving unprecedented access to the edge of space to people and payloads.

What does Space Perspective offer?
Space Perspective’s give private citizens the potentially life changing experience of seeing Earth in space that astronauts describe and doing so comfortably and safely. Their zero-emissions Spaceship Neptune also serves as the world’s first edge-of-space laboratory.

What is the Space Tech behind it?
Space Perspective are making suborbital flight accessible in unprecedented ways and opening up the edge of space to new modes of transportation at scale. Spaceship Neptune uses space balloon technology to gently float eight passengers in a comfortable capsule for six hours in altitudes up to 30 km at the edge of space. The team behind the company has led, developed or operated every human flight to the edge of space under balloon in the last 50 years, and has technology on most human spacecraft today including the International Space Station. 

What are the applications?
Space Perspective wants to push the frontiers of space tourism by giving people unprecedented access to space travel. In addition, Neptune is the world’s first laboratory at the edge of space providing repeat flights for instruments at unprecedented frequencies, enabling ground-breaking research, such as atmospheric and climate science, astro- and solar physics, astrobiology, and astronomy.

How is Space Perspective supporting the UN SDGs?
Today’s global challenges require a global view. Space Perspective harnesses the unique power of human spaceflight by giving current and future leaders a global perspective, a renewed confidence in the unlimited possibilities of human achievement, and the visceral realization that we all travel together on Spaceship Earth. Space Perspective is further committed to create impact by connecting with students and promoting education programs aimed at inspiring girls and women to get involved in STEM.

GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 5: Gender Equality
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
GOAL 13: Climate Action
GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

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