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We've built a habitat with our own funding and hands. By the name "habitat," we mean a fully equipped (including dedicated software), human spaceflight research facility for long-term isolated crewed projects. This is a fully private investment with no third parties involved. We aim to make it truly independent and available to all science, education, and technology related to the safe existence of humans in space. Our AATC Habitat (TRL level 5) is a bioastronautics research laboratory built and owned by Agata Kołodziejczyk and Matt Harasymczuk as a proving ground for future Moon and Mars missions. In 2020, we started building an upgraded version of the most advanced habitat in Europe, which will cover all increasing demands for high-quality training, education, and scientific research. The new infrastructure is 300m² large plus 1 ha of EVA terrain (pictured below).

We collaborate with more than 20 universities and educational centers in the world, including: International Lunar Exploration Working Group (ILEWG), European Space Agency (ESA), Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), Military University of Technology in Poland, Polish Military Institute of Aviation Medicine, Jagiellonian University, Politecnico di Milano, KU Leuven.

We own and continuously develop unique space habitat equipment, which can be borrowed and used by universities, academic centers, companies, and schools. If needed, we make and sell our equipment on demand, for example, hydroponic systems, algae bioreactors, physiological lamps, RPM machines, stratospheric capsules, etc.

Our board computer - HabitatOS, has been positively reviewed by university scholars of the Polish Air Force University, and now it is better than ever with tens of new sensors and processes implemented.

It is hard work, but it is worth it!

Looking forward to seeing you at our place!"

Habitat 1.0

Habitat 2.0

Although still under construction, the first 'beta' mission was already conducted in June 2023.