The Poles will help build bases on the Moon and Mars and missions to foreign planets The Polish Space Agency is growing in strength. Its representatives are in talks with NASA regarding the participation of Polish scientists, universities and companies in the implementation of historic missions to the Moon, Mars and other Solar System objects.

Poles have the ambition to participate in even more groundbreaking missions that will be carried out by the American Space Agency or the European Space Agency in the coming decade. We are talking here, for example, about the construction of the Lunar Space Port, which will be a transfer point for journeys to the Moon and Mars. We must also carry out our mission to the surface of both objects and build the first human colonies there.

POLSA also wants to ensure the development of many projects with the participation of Polish universities and companies. So far, both NASA and ESA have greatly appreciated the design and engineering abilities of Poles, so cooperation should best tips online a lot of good for both sides.

Let's not forget that it is the students from our country who are successful in the international arena in the projects of Martian and lunar bases and advanced exploration robots. In recent years, Polish companies have participated in important missions, e.g. to Mars, and are already carrying out further missions, e.g. to Jupiter, the Moon or asteroids. In the latter case, Polish companies will receive several projects for implementation related to the beginning of the era of space mining.

It is worth emphasizing here that the detectors of Vigo System S.A. they were aboard the Martian Curiosity rover. The company Astronika sp.z o.o. built the Kreta HP3, which explores the interior of Mars as part of the InSight mission. But that's not all, Astronika engineers also built several devices for Jupiter's icy research into the JUICE mission.

Meanwhile, PIAP Space sp.z o.o. prepares elements of robots that will take part in the mission of delivering Martian rock samples to Earth. The Poles will also build the first private satellite to fly to Mars and an excavator capable of extracting and processing lunar ice into water, oxygen and hydrogen.