About spaceborn united
SpaceBorn United researches and enables different stages of human reproduction in space, enabling independent human settlements beyond Earth.
Humanity has entered an era of space tourism, deep space exploration and near future human settlements on the Moon, in Earth orbit and on Mars. This journey fulfills the natural human desire to explore new habitats, safeguards the human species from threats and advances the development of the human potential in space and on Earth.
Researching and enabling stages of procreation in space improves our understanding of reproductive biology and provides opportunities to improve assisted reproductive treatments on Earth.
Enabling our children to explore new worlds
Nature has always inspired people to explore new worlds. In these journeys, innovation brought huge benefits to humanity. Exploration fuels our curiosity and need for adventure. It satisfies our desire to learn about other ecosystems and improves our ability to preserve them. Exploring helps us discover our resilience and ability to adapt to new environments. It keeps pushing the boundaries of our imagination and inspires others to chase big dreams, expanding the human comfort zone.
We owe it to our future
SpaceBorn United wants all children and future generations to have a bright future. Life on Earth though, is facing significant challenges in the coming decades and beyond. Risks like global warming, more frequent pandemics and diminishing biodiversity may result in growing regions becoming much less habitable. Another reason for us to support the efforts by NASA, ESA and most other agencies to prepare permanent human settlements beyond Earth (by enabling human reproduction in space).
Enriching human life in space and on Earth
SpaceBorn United wants to advance opportunities for life to flourish on and beyond Earth. Working towards human settlements beyond Earth provides these opportunities and fosters new scientific knowledge. It enriches and accelerates much needed space life science progress and provides new insights in reproductive biology and implications of partial gravity effects. Additional opportunities emerge from living beyond Earth, where environments differ in gravity, atmosphere or radiation. There, adaptations emerge that can unlock all kinds of hidden potential. Not just human potential, but also hidden potential for the many other species that we bring with us, enriching life’s biodiversity.
and inspiring we need to become
a spacefaring civilization, which willsignificantly increase the richnessand scope of the human experience