Our vision is to energise and excite a future generation of scientists, engineers, and enthusiasts, by utilising space on an everyday basis through practical, evolutionary experience. We believe that access to space should not be limited to the lucky few but should be available to all people who wish to push back the frontiers of human experience.
Our objectives are:
To develop low cost reusable rocket-powered vehicles capable of delivering scientific payloads to the edge of space.
To promote the education of young people in science and technology through active participation in our rocket programmes.
To promote a greater understanding of space related issues within the general public.
Through our extensive research and technical achievements, we aim to demonstrate that affordable access to space for academic institutions, businesses, and individuals, is not only desirable but is also achievable.
Aspirespace is a membership-based organisation. Our members are engineers, scientists and other enthusiasts with an interest in building and operating rockets and space hardware, with the common dream of adding to the commercial ‘new space’ programme. Members are tutored by professional rocket engineers in their rocketry endeavours.