THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY IN SPACE

Kalam Mars Rover Challenge

The Kalam Mars Rover Challenge will encourage research and development of new technology for future mission planning and crewed space missions to other worlds. It will also give platform to young India talent to test their technologies at Mine Analogue Research (MINAR).

Mars Innovation Prototyping Contest

The Mars Innovation Prototyping Contest and explore the scope of Food, Clothing, Buildings, Laws and other aspects of habitability on Mars. This contest will be useful in encouraging curiosity, creativity and learning among students of various disciplines with an angle of extraterrestrial application, while also adding to the knowledge base while we are still on planet Earth. 

Beyond Earth

The Beyond Earth prepares the future sailor to the stars by teaching them Astrobiology. This would develop scientific temper among the students apart from increasing their knowledge about life on the Earth and the other planets in a fun yet immersive way.

Kalam Space Conference

This unique conference will be a whirlwind tour of all things that are associated with astrobiology; after all astrobiology is as much a science as it is art, philosophy, business and engineering, space equipment design, space materials, satellites, life support in space, energy sources in space.

Mars Mission India

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Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow.
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (1931-2015)
11th President of India
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“We have made remarkable progress in the last 100 years, but if we want to continue beyond 100 years, our future is in space.”
Stephen William Hawking (1942 - 2018)
theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author
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"The future of humanity lies in space, not on Earth."
Michio Kaku
American theoretical physicist
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"For long-term survival of human civilisation, we need to delocalise ourselves and as of now, Mars seem a viable option. "
Srijan Pal Singh
Author and popularizer of science
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