We have a vision. One where humans aren't just on Earth.

Mars must be colonized as soon as possible to preserve humanity.

"If humanity doesn't land on Mars in my lifetime, I would be very disappointed."

- Elon Musk, SpaceX Chief Engineer

Imagine living your best life in space.

Earth was an experiment for humans. Humans tested everything here on Earth. Now we know how to build a civilization - lets start by doing it on Mars. Look at the video in the background. Is that not inspiring?

It's bigger than politics & religion

Imagine yourself floating in space looking down at Earth. You see all of these politicians, leaders, and countries complaining and fighting each other. In Space, we must come together as one, to advance the human race.

A brief letter from the creator of Phobos Space

Colonizing the universe and living in space is something humanity needs to do, and we need to do it as soon as possible, because we don't know what will happen if we wait too long. We're seeing the Russia-Ukraine conflict happen right now (as of Feb. 27th, 2022), and many people are thinking this could start World War 3. If that happens, humanity is dead. Everybody will nuke each other like idiots. Just another civilization in the cosmos that had so much potential, but found a way to kill themselves before they became an intergalactic species.

Imagine a world where the human race is decentralized, where humanity has no single point of failure, where humanity is thriving in space, where we are living among the stars, exploring the deep universe. There's nothing more inspiring than that. Just take a moment to think about it. You, traveling through space in your spacecraft looking out through the massive transparent windows seeing nebulae, galaxies, exoplanets, and other types of astronomical objects, freely making their journey through the ever-growing universe.

Now, lets imagine a world where we, humanity, are forever confined to our home planet, Earth. Even if climate change, overpopulation, high air pollution, a crazy-powerful meteor impact, a supervolcanic eruption, or a nuclear war, all were to never occur, Earth would still be inevitably consumed by the constantly-expanding Sun (our star) within the next few hundred million years. The Andromeda Galaxy is also expected to collide with the Milky Way in a few billion years time, which could also potentially wipe out most of humanity if we are still living only in the Milky Way. A window of opportunity has only recently opened allowing us to begin colonizing the universe, starting with Mars, and we don't know when that window will close, which is why we need to act as fast as physically and humanly possible. So, do you want humanity to stay on a ticking time bomb (Earth) and eventually die, or do you want humanity to become an intergalactic species where we will live forever?

Consciousness, based on our current knowledge, is a very rare thing, and we must do everything we possibly can to preserve it. Colonizing Mars is just the first step. Humanity will keep pushing forward and will hopefully be outside of the Milky Way Galaxy in under 3 billion years time.

- Founder of Phobos Space.

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