Space Trade Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin said off-planet transactions will soon be possible; the second man to step on the moon said to get to Mars an international project is required.
A space future in which human communities transact for goods and services will be a reality in less than 20 years, said former astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
“I feel that at least three companies that are related to electronic commerce should be operating in the future. The United States should not focus on having a competition in this regard; I feel that it should guide the other countries to achieve a joint strategy by about it
The second human being to set foot on the Moon considered that the space industry will evolve in the same way that the aeronautical industry did in the 1920s.
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And then the government put in airmail and then came the commercial airlines. This is how the space industry will be transformed,” Aldrin added when asked by CNN Expansion.
Before this future happens, it is vital to get international cooperation to make Mars exploration happen, Aldrin said.
“International cooperation should be a fundamental resource of efforts to go to the red planet. We have already landed on the Moon for years and I feel that the United States should forget the prestige of ‘getting to the Moon’ and unify the capabilities of different countries to achieve a successful arrival on Mars
To take humans to Mars, the former astronaut explained that a space station should be built for tests with robots on the Moon, as it is known territory, and later the fourth planet of the Solar System could be stepped on.
44 Years After Setting Foot On The Moon Space Trade
Aldrin comments that space exploration continues to be a crucial part of his future with two projects; one that seeks to touch on such points as the future development of commercial space exploration called Unified Space Vision and a non-profit organization, United Strategic Space Enterprise, with which he seeks to explore space security policies.
“Both projects are based on my experience of two trips to space and their main points are to spread knowledge and the future of science, space, space business development and security,” he added.
Of Both Projects, for the Former Astronaut
The most important is the NGO, United Strategic Space Enterprise (USSE) -after the name of the Star Trek ship- which brings together veterans of space missions and seeks to explore issues of security and relationship between space and actuality.
“We are at a very early stage but we are trying to touch on issues such as Mars and sending ships into space, but we will see how the project progresses,” said the astronaut, who studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Some of the Commercial Activities that have been Discuss at the Congress are Already a Reality
But others show us, in the short and medium-term, a really interesting space future. The main applications that offer the most opportunities in the coming years are manufacturing technologies. Observation, communication, exploration, pharmacy, and even space tourism. To analyze some of these development promises, we contacte Javier Pedrera (Wicho), one of the best-known scientific communicators on the web who is also the author of the report present.
Space As Molecular Industry
Manufacture or manufacture products in space (especially molecules intend for pharmacology). Historically. The great superpowers and later the space agencies have carrier out experiments to synthesize molecules in orbit. Which produces very different results than those obtained on Earth. Not to mention that many of those results cannot be reproduce under the effects of gravity. For some companies, such as Space Pharma.
Life sciences in orbit or microgravity are a revolution about to explode; they call it the fourth space revolution. The idea is to set up remotely controller miniaturize laboratories on satellites or space. Stations in which to produce these molecules that work much better than their terrestrial equivalents.