Our Mission is to "INSPIRE"
To ignite young minds to dream and believe in themselves. To encourage our youth to be curiosity seekers and dream-builders.
Visit Spaceport Genesis!™
Spaceport Genesis will be coming to a city near you in 2016.
Custom MAN Transports
Out aerodynamic, environmentally friendly transports are custom engineered to safely transport our mobile Spaceport Genesis systems across the country.
Four Regional Transports
Spaceport Genesis will be touring all across the United States with four fully functional independant systems.
Star Cadet Space Training and Mission Preparation (c).
Student astronauts have the opportunity to learn what is involved in becoming an astronaut by exploring a few of the demands that an astronaut must go through to prepare for a Space Launch Mission.
A single pod is used in our flight sim systems. Our Mars mission systems have a double occupancy pod.
State of the Art
Our STEM Program provides the oppertunity for participants to learn hands on through interaction with cutting edge technology and futuristic systems
Come fly with us aboard the Spaceport Genesis and learn all about STEM Education and STEM Careers.
Our Genesis Spaceport demonstrates a novel approach to STAR-STEM educational technology that employs an array of engineering based project tools and displays along with astronaut flight crew training simulators. All deployed on mobile units entering local communities across the United States and promoting the broadest possible participation of prospective community students in highly engaging and competitive interactive STEM activities in space and earth sciences.
The key objectives of phase one includes: Space flight simulators (Mars Mission), (Lunar Mission), (CAPCOM), (physical and physiological development), (STEM Learning Center), (robotics), (4D Imax) and developing a mock International Space Station (ISS) with a full size operational Orion capsule, in which astronaut students physically board and launch from vertical to horizontal and dock with the ISS while in communications with our CAPCOM operations team. This is no ordinary mock ISS station, for it is fully operational in order to conduct real time STEM research with student participation.