Education

Education

Education is a necessity for the progression of thought and technology. We hold education quite high on our priority list and so we strive to promote the value of critical thinking. Currently, we are attempting to work with schools and universities within the city of Charlotte NC to show the importance of space exploration and technology advancement. If you are interested in contacting us with information pertaining to this topic please visit our Contact page for further inquiries.

Media

Media

Space Exploration is extremely important and so we dedicate much of our time to share pertinent space news with the world and the Charlotte community. Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, and Podcasts accommodate our webpage and this helps in spreading the important space exploration events, news, and concepts. We are always looking for more to be involved in our media team! Apply: If interested select our ‘Contact Us’ page at the top and send us an email with your resume, some details about you, and a sample of your articles!

Research

Research

The Charlotte Space Exploration, Inc research department is currently in pursuit of breaking through the mainstream concepts of space exploration. Space exploration technology should not be something that we merely dream, but instead it should be a reality. Space hotels, space-junk collection methods, asteroid mining, and anti-matter propulsion systems are only some of the technologies we are working on currently. If you are interested in learning more or becoming involved in our projects please click below.

Politics

Politics

This particular section of Charlotte Space Exploration, Inc. is focusing on current space exploration legislation and politics. Building space-planes, testing rockets, and experimenting with cutting edge physics involves abiding by the law and being respectful of civilians. Current jurisdictions in place now may not be acceptable or up to code tomorrow. We review these potential problems to make sure the government, civilians, and the private companies are taken in account while still contemplating the ‘greater good’.