We build habitats on our own. By name “habitat” we mean: fully equipped (including dedicated software), human spaceflight research facility for a long-term isolated crewed projects. This is fully private investment with no third parties involved, because we want to make truly independent and available to all science, education and technology, related with safe existence of humans in space. Our Habitat (TRL level 5) is a human research laboratory built and Key members are Agata Kołodziejczyk,Matt Harasymczuk and Jayakumar Venkatesan as a proving ground for future Moon and Mars missions.
We collaborate with more than 20 universities and educational centres in the world, for example: ILEWG ESA, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Military University of Technology in Poland, Politecnico di Milano, KU Leuven. We also collaborate with companies, for example Hertz Systems, QLab, Mediolia.
We own and continuously develop unique space habitat equipment, which can be borrowed and used by universities, academic centres, companies and schools. If needed, we make and sell our equipment on demand, for example hydroponic systems, algae bioreactors, physiological lamps, RPM machines, stratospheric capsules, etc….
Our board computer – HabitatOS, has been positively reviewed by teachers at Polish Air Force University and now it is better than ever with tens of new sensors and processes implemented.
It is a had work, but it is worth!
We are Partner with Analog Astronaut Training Center is a private company, which accelerates human spaceflight scientific studies. AATC was created by former European Space Agency professionals: engineer and scientist. In 2018, the company established a laboratory to simulate space environment for scientific experiments focused on space biology and medicine. The facility is located in Rzepiennik, South of Poland. It specialises in operational trainings for scientists, engineers, space enthusiasts and future astronaut candidates. Beside scientific projects, co-supervision of engineer- master and doctoral theses, AATC organizes rocket workshops, stratospheric missions and scientific lunar and martian analog simulations. In 2020 the company has reached 26 successfully organized analog simulations, what positions Poland on the top in Europe considering the number of organized expeditions. Most of trained analog astronauts continue their career in the space sector. AATC helps them to develop and grow by helping in publishing their work on international platforms, by sharing their precious international contacts and collaborations and involving them in multiple ongoing space projects.
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