Logo lunar

We, humans, are tireless explorers.

From sailing expeditions across the ocean and breathless climbs to the Earthโ€™s apex to permanently inhabiting labs in low-Earth orbit, research and technology development allow us to pursue the most creative of our aspirations.

The greater commercialization and higher accessibility of space, the advancement of technology, the outlining of potential new markets, and the renewed interest from public entities on our neighbouring celestial body have positioned the Moon, again, at the core of global exploration and infrastructure development roadmaps.

eSpace introduced in 2020 a new initiative aimed at bridging a series of identified knowledge and technology gaps within current global lunar exploration and infrastructure development roadmaps by leveraging eSpace expertise and EPFL network of labs, professors, researchers, and motivated students.eSpace global network and expertise place us in an ideal position to act as initiators, mediators, and facilitators of opportunities and collaborations between EPFL laboratories, Swiss enterprises and organizations, and international partners and institutions.

LEAPS: Lunar Expedition to Ascertain the Philolaus Skylights

By Dimitri Hollosi / 11 October 2021

An innovative mission concept design to explore the lunar skylights in the Philolaus crater region via the deployment of robotic swarms.

erth rise seen from te moon

Reenacting the overview effect with the Moon Village Association Payload Project

By David Rodrรญguez / 3 September 2021

Itโ€™s time to inspire a new generation, to show them what is possible when humans come together as one in pursue of greater goals.

colourful images of the moon

The Moon in a nutshell

By David Rodrรญguez / 10 July 2021

A brief introduction to Earthโ€™s natural satellite, its environment, geomorphology, and abundance of natural resources and why it is important for us to come back, this time to stay.