The Research

When we go to the Moon, we must
thrive, not just survive.

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Research

While the habitat is an experiment in itself, we want to share the opportunity with selected Space Researchers so they can test technologies, procedures and experiments in a full analogue mission.

That’s why we will announce an Open Call for Experiments to allow universities, and possibly high schools, to hitch a ride and get someone to handle their experiments for the duration of the mission.

Our expedition will focus on instruments and experiments relevant for human performance on Moon missions, controlled environment agriculture, and additive manufacturing. The experiments will be selected based on relevance and their ability to reflect a realistic sequence of activities. Inventors and researchers might benefit from studying the analogue as a model region for their Lunar counterparts, to evaluate human interface, usage, or experimental procedures.

Experiments must be self-funded, including hardware development, documentation, and transport of hardware to Copenhagen (Denmark). The hardware transfer between Copenhagen to the test site in Greenland will be organized by SAGA. All operations, energy requirements and maintenance will be carried out by one of the crewmembers.

Have an experiment you want to test?
Contact us here

A man looking into a little window on a complex looking machine
Karl having a talk at START Summit

Education: Sharing the Lesson

We make an effort to share information about our work, journeys and outer space. We have given many talks around the world, and love inspiring others.

With Sebastian’s background of founding and running Student Talks, and with our shared experience of teaching at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, we are very determined to maximise the potential of this project by inspiring young people about space exploration and to follow through with their ideas.

Furthermore, we have had media coverage in a wide range of countries and formats, including National TV in Japan, Bulgaria, and Switzerland.

Education: Sharing the Lesson

We make an effort to share information about our work, journeys and outer space. We have given many talks around the world, and love inspiring others.

With Sebastian’s background of founding and running Student Talks, and with our shared experience of teaching at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, we are very determined to maximise the potential of this project by inspiring young people about space exploration and to follow through with their ideas.

Furthermore, we have had media coverage in a wide range of countries and formats, including National TV in Japan, Bulgaria, and Switzerland.