Our First Birthday

Space for Humanity was founded one year ago today on the principle that space can be transformational for our species. Space is many things: a harsh environment, a technical challenge, an investment opportunity, but most of all, it is a paradigm that has the power to unify. It allows humanity to see itself for what […]

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Thank you Stephen Hawking

Image Credit: Wikipedia (simulated image of a black hole, as to date, there are no actual photographs of a black hole) March 14, 2018 By: Sarah Cruddas Stephen Hawking was a Rock Star of science. He inspired generations with the beauty of the universe. He helped remind us how little we know and how much […]

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Space for Humanity to partner with Yuri’s Night for Global Space Celebrations

PRESS RELEASE: Space for Humanity to partner with Yuri’s Night for Global Space Celebrations Date: March 13, 2018 Photo credit: Yuri’s Night Space for Humanity and Yuri’s Night have announced the beginning of an exciting, long-term partnership. Space for Humanity’s citizen astronauts will host Yuri’s Nights events around the globe in future years. This year, […]

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XPrize ends its $30 million race to moon without a winner

January 23, 2018 – By Heather Kelly  @heatherkelly. Original Post can be found at http://money.cnn.com/2018/01/23/technology/google-lunar-xprize-ending/index.html The first privately funded trip to the moon will have to wait.   The XPrize Foundation is ending its Google-sponsored, decade-long competition to land a robot on the moon without choosing a winner. That means none of the five final teams […]

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Primo Levi on the Spiritual Value of Science and How Space Exploration Brings Humanity Closer Together

By Maria Popova. Original Post can be found on www.brainpickings.org. Photograph © Jillian Edelstein with kind permission of the artist. “For good or evil, we are a single people: the more we become conscious of this, the less difficult and long will be humanity’s progress toward justice and peace.” “It’s part of the nature of […]

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Not Exactly Rocket Science

January 8th, 2018 – By Hank Sparks The original post can be found at http://harvardpolitics.com/united-states/53536/ In the years before America’s triumphant 1969 moon landing, there was panic. In 1957, the Soviet Union had successfully launched Sputnik, the first artificial Earth satellite. Sputnik, a “dazzling new sight in the heavens,” was an extraordinary human accomplishment. The […]

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Space For Humanity Voted Top 10 NewSpace Company!

January 2nd, 2018 – We at Space For Humanity are honored to have been voted among the top 10 New Space companies for 2017. A big thank you to those of you who helped us get there by supporting our mission and voting for us. What a great way to launch into 2018! Let’s make […]

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Want to travel to space? Eunice Olsen can help

November 3, 2017 – By Yunita Ong The New Paper, Singapore The original post can be found at: http://www.tnp.sg/lifestyle/travel/want-travel-space-olsen-can-help Think space travel and you may conjure up images of intrepid astronauts like Neil Armstrong or sci-fi films like Star Trek. But it is also a dream destination for ordinary citizens around the world, including Singaporeans. […]

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The Great American Eclipse

August 17, 2017 – By Sarah Cruddas The original post can be found at: http://spaceangels.com/post/the-great-american-eclipse Image credit: ABC News On August 21st all eyes across America will be on the skies, for a once in a lifetime astronomical event, a total solar eclipse and the first to cross the US coast to coast in 99 […]

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Space for Humanity Welcomes New Executive Director Rebecca Schaeffer

Non-profit Space for Humanity welcomes humanitarian Rebecca Schaeffer to lead the organization, as it prepares to receive thousands of applications for its first all-expenses paid trip to the edge of space targeted for the end of 2018. As a global leader with diverse experience across business, non-profit, and government sectors, Schaeffer has given voice to […]

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