Leveraging innovations in rocket manufacturing, engine design, fuel, launch platforms, tracking, communication, navigation control systems, and sensors both in space and on the ground, these rockets enable efficient, robotic exploration and research. Licensing allows multidisciplinary research labs for researchers around the world to study life, atmosphere, basic sciences in space and on Earth.
Moolex is rapidly engaging research and industry partners to engage in developing EarthShips. Base models specifications include a diameter of 500 meters, propelled with a combination of HxFuel and Spheon Power. Together with 13 Spheon turbine engines, EarthShips are capable of carrying 10,000 metric tonnes of payload at launch. 15 floors of passenger amenities can safely accommodate 2500 passengers to and from Auvura ports on Earth at Mach 10 and more. Moolex has identified signatures of non-earth metals and alloys potentially available on asteroids and planets in our solar system. These alloys along with advances from ongoing research in fuel, navigation, and engines is geared toward achieving higher speeds for efficient planetary scale travel.
Authorized agencies, space programs can license components of Auvura programs. Eligible space programs of invited countries can participate in rocket manufacturing and launch pad sites. Seven Sigma platform offers consulting services and provide efficient roadmaps for a country to leapfrog their space program.
Institutions, FI, family-offices, and private entities can participate in various capacities to be engaged in the entire supply chain of the Mars mission. Licensing various technologies of advance, companies can leapfrog and participate.
Academic institutions, research labs and eligible non profit organizations are invited participate in benefiting from research and experimentation on-board, in the Martian atmosphere and on the terrain of Mars.
Individuals, startups, communities are invited to engage their constituents or interests with different Moolex units and bring awareness and knowledge from human space exploration.