NATIONAL ASTRONAUT MISSIONS
National Accomplishment, Pride and Economic Growth
Axiom utilizes its unique human spaceflight engineering, training, operations and program management expertise to help governments build human spaceflight programs in-country and fly their astronauts on missions to space. These programs promote the growth of high-tech industries, stimulate the economy, inspire youth to pursue STEM education, and are a source of national pride and international respect.
NEUTRAL BUOYANCY LAB TRAINING FOR EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY
KEY FEATURES OF THE AXIOM HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT PROGRAM
Axiom’s expert mission planning includes training, transportation, provisions, microgravity experiment design, and management of time on orbit. We offer a turnkey solution to getting astronauts into space.
Beyond the mission, Axiom can assist in organizing in-country training infrastructure, strategic engagement with industry and other government agencies, national education initiatives, and STEM outreach programs – the fundamentals of a fruitful, indigenous human spaceflight program.
THE AXIOM DIFFERENCE
Our team combines NASA experience with commercial agility to offer lower-cost and flexible solutions. Our team members have worked closely with space agencies around the world for over two decades, managed the world’s largest astronaut training program, and have been involved in every ISS mission since the program’s inception.
EXPEDITION 36/37 CREW CONDUCT THE TRADITIONAL RAISING OF FLAGS AS THEY PREPARE FOR LAUNCH, BAIKONUR, KAZAKHSTAN
IN-COUNTRY HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT PROGRAMS INCREASE THE PURSUIT OF STEM DEGREES
BUILDING YOUR NATION’S FUTURE
The impact of human spaceflight on today’s spacefaring nations has been measured through strong growth in national prestige, technological development, and pursuit of STEM education.
Having managed the world’s largest astronaut training/certification program, Axiom Space specializes in astronaut candidate selection, training and certification. Our missions incorporate well-planned strategies for public engagement and education and allow future astronauts to inspire the next generation of world-leading engineers, scientists, and entrepreneurs.