ASSE is a non-profit aerospace organization, aiming to create awareness of the fragility of our planet, and the need to work together as one to protect our future before it’s too late.
Serve humanity by producing affordable space exploration technology, and uniting people from different cultures and walks of life to create a better world for future generations.
We know that amazing things happen when people join efforts and collaborate. We have always worked towards uniting people from different backgrounds, ideologies, and walks of life to work together for a common goal.
We do not settle for “good enough,” rather we are always working to achieve what is best. We constantly push and strive for the highest quality of work possible.
We are consistently setting high goals for ourselves, and we look forward to continuing our evolution as a company; however, we will not bend when it comes to compromising our core values and beliefs.
We strive to do what is best for the future generations of our world. We know that our causes and efforts will extend far beyond our lifetimes, and we hope to leave the world a better place than it was when we came in.
It’s in our DNA to embark on groundbreaking endeavors that can sow the seeds of excitement and inspire all of humanity, from the youngest to the oldest, to do the same for generations to come.
We believe that we must always be connected to our spiritual side for the nourishment of our souls. It is the faith in a power greater than ourselves that drives our efforts and supports our beliefs and aspirations for a better world.
AngelicvM Swiss Space Endeavor is a non-profit organization, comprised of an international, multidisciplinary group of professionals committed to create positive changes in the world. ASSE’s long-term goals, validated from the impact expected from its lunar mission, are to materialize the necessary funding and support to tackle humanitarian issues and basic needs. While at the same time, working on developing a well-established aerospace organization that will strive to break down the barriers of access to space.
After over 7 years of involvement in the development of new space technologies, we have gained an exclusive inside to understanding what is possible to achieve within the private space industry. Today, the possibilities are countless, and the space industry is getting more and more affordable to private entities, and colleges. Nevertheless, there is a lot of work to do in decreasing the cost of space missions to break down the barriers of access to space. Our organization is committed to work on that, and our low-cost lunar mission is a proof of that. We will continue developing technology and projects following that route.
We are aiming to create awareness of the fragility of our planet, and the need to work together as one to protect the future of our species, before it’s too late. We will broadcast a message from the Moon to Earth, awaking us all to the dire state of our world and calling us to act before nothing more can be done. We will partner and support refugee organizations so that every family in this world can find a place they call home. We will also support organizations committed to combating climate change in order to heal our planet and to ensure that our children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren will continue to have a place in which they can live and thrive. In so doing, we will secure a better future for our world and for humanity itself and proclaim a message for all to hear: One world. One sky. One voice.
Our fully equipped prototyping/testing lab is located in the city of Vich, Switzerland, 5 minutes away from beautiful Lake Geneva. At the moment we are working on the development of the next iteration of our lunar rover Unity, getting it ready for a groundbreaking lunar mission that will be taking place in 2020.
Our team of engineers is currently working, developing the different subsystems necessary to make our lunar mission a great success!
Being an aerospace company, we are always searching to find ways to make space exploration more affordable, so not only the big government agencies are the ones with access to space, but also small entrepreneurs and the Academia. In that road, we have encountered countless testimonies of individuals that having experienced the vision of the earth from space, have come back with a whole new perspective on the fragility of our planet. Their stories have inspired us to work towards the creation of awareness of the urgency of the matter. We need to act now! We owe it to our children and grandchildren. For that reason, our projects are both a scientific and humanitarian effort in order to make a difference in the world, so we don’t end up destroying our only home and in the process our people.