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We know that one size doesn’t fit all and understand that every mission is different from its location, crew size, mission duration, and research objectives. Therefore, we take a customized approach using research-backed methods to deliver the services you need for your next mission.



The HFACS framework was developed by Drs. Wiegmann and Shappell, and revised by NASA for space operations. We have developed an adapted version to meet the needs of analog space missions.


This framework is used as a proactive tool to identify gaps and deficiencies within the organization, mission, and habitat. Using a top-down approach, we assess organizational influences, unsafe supervision, preconditions of unsafe acts, and unsafe acts to deliver a risk management plan and mitigation strategies to optimize performance, improve safety and mitigate risks during your missions.


crew selection

Choosing the best crew for your mission can be a daunting and difficult task. A successful mission requires many diverse experiences and qualifications. We can provide as little as supporting your decision making process to managing the entire crew selection process. Some of the services available include application reviews, conducting interviews, facilitating virtual team assessment exercises to aid in the selection process, and individual and team behavioral analyses


on-site training

Even the best virtual training program doesn't fulfill the elements learned when your crew meets in person for the first time. On-site training exercises are designed to improve communication, trust, and resilience to improve and strengthen deficiencies within the crew as a high-performing team.


onsite/remote mission support

During your mission, we can provide 24/7 support to cover any unforeseen discrepancies that arise whether its communication, hazardous attitudes, or other discrepancies among the analog astronaut crew or mission control center that could potentially put your crew and the mission at risk. We are available facilitate conversations or briefings and act as well-being officers to everyone on your team so that they  have a point of contact for support.

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