We are TheEuropaJourney, a private organization committed to colonizing the moon Europa. Started in 2018 in a little town called Ashburn, Virginia, TheEuropaJourney was founded by physicist Dr. Guillen. Today, our headquarters are located in Washington D.C., where she is working as the chief scientist, presiding over the mission control center in our first mission, START Europa (Sustainability Testing And Resource-Harvesting Technology on Europa). Living on Europa are three crews, with their respective commanders Dr. Cheung, Dr. Lee, and Dr. Sagilir.
But why did we choose Europa?
Europa has been a major debate of colonization for a very long time. Very few have been confident enough to create a travel plan to Europa, but we, TheEuropaJourney, have created an intricate proposal to voyage to and from Europa safely.
The idea that a moon has any potential for a constant water source is already a big factor in itself for habitual conditions. Water is essential for a colony to strive, and we cannot bring water from Earth, due to
We can sustain the freezing temperatures of Europa (-275 °F) with state-of-the-art spacesuits designed by our lab technicians. The moon will warm up over time due to our plan of using
These are our main reasons we chose Europa to explore—all based
TheEuropaJourney has really come a long way in just 30 years. Especially since it is a private company, I, along with others at NASA, are truly amazed at how much it has accomplished so far.
Colonizing a place 390 million miles away? TheEuropaJourney’s got it. This organisation has surpassed everyone’s standards. They lead the world in innovation in space technology… and it’s a private company!
Dr. Daniel Cheung
First on Europa
The commander for the first crew, Dr. Cheung was the first person to step on Europa. Dr. Cheung works for TheEuropaJourney as an experienced astrophysicist, computer and aerospace engineer, commander, and pilot. He received a PhD in mathematics, computer engineering, and aerospace engineering, and a master’s in astrophysics. Prior to being an astronaut, Dr. Cheung also worked as a U.S. fighter pilot for five years.
Dr. Atticus Lee
Dr. Adrian Sagilir