The International Space Elevator Consortium (ISEC) is the result of a coming-together of many leading figures and organizations who have worked long and hard over many years to promote the concept of a Space Elevator. With organizational members in the United States, Europe and Japan and individual members from around the world, ISEC's goal is nothing less than to get a Space Elevator built.
Our Mission Statement says it all:"ISEC promotes the development, construction and operation of a space elevator as a revolutionary and efficient way to space for all humanity"
Each year we adopt a theme which we use to focus our activities for that year. For 2009-2010, our theme was Space Debris Mitigation - Space Elevator Survivability
. For 2010-2011 our theme was Research and thought targeted towards the goal of a 30 MYuri tether
. For 2011-2012, our theme was Operating and Maintaining a Space Elevator
. For 2012-2013, our theme was Tether Climbers
and for 2013-2014, our theme is Architecture & Roadmaps
If you agree that building a Space Elevator should be a priority for all of us and you want to help make this happen, please Join Us
! Benefits include eNewsletters (such as this one), the ISEC Journal CLIMB
and other items listed on our Join page
Come and join us and help make the future happen!
The International Space Elevator Consortium (ISEC) is a registered 501c3 charitable organization (EIN 80-0302896)