What's It All About?
Back To SpaceTM (BTS) is a transmedia organization that aims to inspire the current and future generations to look up and see what is possible. Our voice and content have already begun to ignite curiosity and positivity for science and technology. All of our content ranging from a network television show to digital media, which includes podcasts, blogs, Instagram and YouTube content staring celebrities and astronauts will encapsulate these values: wonderment, collaboration, experiential and entertaining. Back to Space understands that in order to be relevant, our content and experiences must also be entertaining- that is why we are partnering with the best creative talent across the globe.
BTS was built for a critical mission - taking the next generation to new frontiers, while creating a renewed interest in space for all age groups. What began as the brainchild of Danielle Roosa, granddaughter of Apollo 14 astronaut Stuart Roosa, has evolved into a movement to honor American heroes, advance educational opportunities, and ignite the explorer in all of us.
To reach our trajectory, BTS is developing three its platform on key verticals that will serve as our launchpad:
- ILLUMINATE our aerospace legacy and the brave astronauts who sacrificed so much to make it possible.
- INSPIRE the next generation of students through pop culture animating excitement in STEM initiatives.
- EMOTION drives the launchpad for almost all opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), reigniting our space programs!
In ninth grade, I received an email out of the blue from the media director of Summit Elementary, a local school. She was organizing a day-long STEM conference for third to sixth grade students and invited me to be a keynote speaker. I had to read the email several times to believe what it said—she…Read More
“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard…” President John F. Kennedy On July 16, 1969, mankind launched its first of many rockets that would successfully land on the moon and return safely back to Earth. Fast forward…Read More
I’ve always pictured the desert as flat and lifeless. I imagined sand stretching into the distance, with just a few cacti to break the monotony. I definitely didn’t expect mountains. I was in California for a high altitude balloon launch with Back to Space, and I’ve never lived a weekend as packed full of adventure.…Read More
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