Together We Can

Make Humankind a Multiplanetary Species.

WHO WE ARE

We are a non-profit organization with a youthful community of Space enthusiasts focused on the Space sector. Our hope and desire is to partner with various Space Actors in reviving and revitalizing the Space industry in Kenya, through the delivery of either individual or community projects.

We are the Kenyan Chapter of the American worldwide volunteer-driven space-advocacy non-profit organization under Dr. Robert Zubrin. Our partners will include the following:

  • Ministries, Departments and Agencies
  • Academia (Youth in STEM)
  • Regional and International Organizations
  • Private Sector and Civil Society Organizations

We are open to partnerships in helping us establish the Mars Kenya Analogs. We are accepting donations in cash or kind.

Mars Kenya Analogs

Support us in establishing a Mars Habitat Simulation Programme / Research Station in Kenya.

Kenya is one of the few countries globally with its own space port. The country is slowly rising from the dust in terms of its involvement in the Space industry and having such a goal first and then working backwards through the measures we as a country need to take in order to achieve this goal is surely the best way to go as we advance our presence in the Space above and beyond.

WHAT WE DO

Mars Kenya Analogs

The region is suitable for an MDRS, which will enable both the citizens and any other willing party to practice and experiment on a Martian-like environment, even as we purpose to eventually have a human presence on Mars.

Space Boot Camp

This camp will form the basis of all the operations of the port or the main programme of the project. The camp will receive and train people of all walks of life for a fee. 

STEAM Education

To empower the citizens through STEM on the importance of taking care of the environment and with a dream of one day be part of the solution as humankind on Mars will be involved in terraforming the ‘Red Planet’.

Internship / Research & Development

In line with the ASI-Sapienza Agreement (between the University of Nairobi and the University of Rome, Italy), successful trainees will qualify to join the space port for internship, this period will serve as the officially working population of the port. The interns will be involved in all manner of the port’s operations.

After successfully going through internship, the interns will be placed where they fit best and on their personal accord, to ensure maximum and accident-free business operations.

Space Ecosystem

The project is expected to raise its own staff and not unless in the worst case scenario where a post is urgently needed and the internship cannot fill; nor can the current staff work their way up to fill the empty slot, that this slot will be filled by an ‘outsider’.

Provide a helping hand

We can’t make it alone. We need your help. Your small help can bring a big change.

SOME CAUSES

Mars Kenya Analogs

Space Boot Camp

Let’s do STEAM

Donate for a Worthy Cause

A Little HELP goes A Long way.

Help us fulfill our mandate through STEM or any of our projects as we work together in reviving the space industry in the country and as we journey together to Mars.

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