Our Mission

For generations, humanity has dreamed out reaching out for the stars, exploring new worlds, and finding our place in the universe. Our ancestors have always looked up to the stars, and the discovery of exoplanets makes the potential for space exploration even more exciting.

The distances are vast, and the voyage is daunting. Rockets can take us to the moon, and perhaps even let us colonize Mars. To go further, we need new propulsion technologies based on novel physics to break free of the Earth’s gravity and achieve the speeds required for insterstellar travel.

Rockets are today, but they’re not forever. The engineers & physicists at Flux Space are developing new physics to engineer the impossible: exotic propulsion systems to lift us out of Earth’s gravity well and propel us to unimaginable speeds – all without expending mass.

Our mission is discover new science that enables us to build solutions to control gravity and travel the vast distances between stars. If humanity is to boldly go where no one has gone before, we need a way to get there. At Flux Space, we’re working diligently to turn the dreams of the 20th century into the reality of tomorrow.

Our Vision

“Our leadership in science and in industry, our hopes for peace and security, our obligations to ourselves as well as others, all require us to make this effort, to solve these mysteries, to solve them for the good of all men, and to become the world’s leading space-faring nation. We set sail on this new sea because there is new knowledge to be gained, and new rights to be won, and they must be won and used for the progress of all people.”

- John F. Kennedy

Our Research

The Flux Space team includes PhD physicists, former aerospace engineers, electrical engineers, and experimental specialists all working towards a common goal: creating the science & technology required for advanced space propulsion. For the time being, our company is operating in stealth mode, but as research progresses we will unveil our core projects.

Our focus areas include propellantless propulsion devices utilizing a variety of reactionless drive principles. Some of these are based on known physics, and for others our research team is pushing the boundaries of physics to develop new principles.

We’re working on gravitational-control technologies that allow mass to move free of the influence of both gravitational and inertial forces. Our research in this area is based on decades of experimental evidence combined with new avenues of research and development.

We’re also developing technologies for high-speed interstellar propulsion, based on a variety of popular concepts related to bending space-time. This was initially popularized by Miguel Alcubierre, and over time his groundbreaking speculative physics has been extended by others to overcome the physical limitations of his initial proposal.

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