The ad astra vita project was founded by Dr Rowena Christiansen in early 2020. Its objectives are to create an online dynamic compendium of Australian engagement with the space life sciences, establish a resources portal for medicine in extreme environments, and offer a space health consultancy.
Moonshot Space Co exists to help the world make the transition to a space economy while rebuilding our relationship with space. Moonshot represents an international network of people and organisations, and a framework to align commercial interests to reward collaboration in creating seemingly magical solutions to today’s challenges.
For All Moonkind, Inc. is a volunteer international nonprofit organization working with the United Nations and the international community to manage the preservation of history and human heritage in outer space. The organization aims to develop reasonable and practical protocols that will balance development and preservation and include systems to select, manage and study relevant sites on celestial bodies and throughout outer space.
The SGAC project group was created to identify how space technology can best contribute to the realization of the United Nation’s objectives on Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals. The project group serves as a platform for the diversity of peoples who make up the space sector in order to help shape its development to be representative of all humanity.
The SGAC Space Law & Policy project group was created to incorporate all aspects of those two broad fields of study. The group interprets ‘space law’ as encompassing all types of space-related international and national regulations and laws, and addresses 'space policy’ as relevant to all manner of objectives and action plans devised by the international space community.