World Space Objective
Devoted to the interests of Humanity's peaceful cooperation in space, the World Space Organization is commissioned as a mediating engine, progressive in its belief of collaboration in a grand human endeavor. Seeking to advance all participating societies and organizations into an historical space agreement, the W.S.O seeks to establish a World Space Forum for international agencies and organizations to come together for a Moon/Mars mission proposal. Seeking to fuel an innovative endeavor to the Moon and Mars by decades end, the W.S.O inspires to ignite global minds and craftsmanship toward a collaborative mission.
Devoted to the belief of acquiring a sustainable future on Earth, the World Space Organization strives toward the researching, production and implentation of renewable energy through Spacial advancement. From the many lessons learned on the moon and mars, the W.S.O members embark on a crusade in pursuit of an environmentally harmonious trans-planetary human civilization.
Pledged to the importance of energy and industrial needs, any mandate must include corporate interests to spur their sponsorship and support toward furthering a space agreement. On declaration of a Inter-governmental mandate for Moon/Mars, national firms in sponsoring governments will be eligible to bid on contracts for the numerous hardware required for the missions. A consortium of Universities and Organizations will provide the essential research and support base able to see the future missions self sustainable on its final target; Mars. National Agencies will be the backbone of funding and preparations, collaborating on bring the numerous pieces of an international plan together.
Aiming the world for the Moon by 2015 will have more economic benefits than is first suspected. Using a consortium of nations minimally funding a decade long mission, the World Space Organization proposes seeking government sponsorship for any research and data collected from mars.
Engaging all concerned citizens of Earth in developing a human spaceflight capability, the World Space Organization rejects any prejudices to cultural and ethical diversity, and works only for the greater good of Humanity and its future prosperity on Earth and Mars. We seek to unite all interested parties to the negotiating table. Using the World Space Organization as a managing, non-governmental organization, 20 national space agencies could each contribute $200 million a year over a 10 year plan that would see a human to Mars and the moon. With the entrepreneurial spirit and non-government efficiency, such a mission is possible now. Further more, mission slots and experiments could be auctioned to the highest bidders creating more funding for a long term mission.