The Institute of Space Commerce Announces its Winners for 2021 Space Commerce Events and Films

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The dinosaurs went extinct because they didn’t have a space program, and if we go extinct because we don’t have a space program, that will serve us well.”

—Larry Niven

AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA, January 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the science fiction film category, the Space Commerce Institute (ISC) is pleased to announce “Don’t Look Up” as the Best Space Movie Entertainment of 2021.

“Dinosaurs went extinct because they had no space program, and if we go extinct because we don’t have a space program, that will serve us well.” quoted Larry Niven, renowned SciFi author and patron of the Institute of Space Commerce.

“Don’t Look Up” showed us that. Sadly, his exaggerated portrayal of human selfishness and ignorance against the scientific evidence of comet proportions turned out to be an exact analogy as well to anti-vaccine believers and 21st century Earth flatteners. “Thus, we must save humanity from various threats by expanding into the cosmos, extending habitation to the Moon, Mars and beyond,” said the Institute’s Executive Director, Elias de Andrade Jr. .

In the space drama series category, “The Expanse” is our second-best pick for space cinema. He hails the idea of ​​“Surviving in style” by the ISC’s patron emeritus, Dr Jerry Pournelle. In his book, “A Step Farther Out”, Dr. Pournelle imagined that we can not only survive the various threats against humanity, but do so in style. According to Chris Stott, co-founder of ISC, “the series portrays that sense of survival in style that science fiction in movies can provide so well, as humanity still struggles to get along and seek peace on Earth and in outer space”.

Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, ISC Fellow, also says, “The Expanse is that rare spectacle that opens a window to our not-so-distant future. In a way, it’s not science fiction and devotes meticulous detail to incorporating nuances based on science and physics, which makes it so endearing. The most compelling thing about the series is that it gives us hope for the exploration and colonization of the solar system, and the technology yet to be developed. It also serves as a warning, as it mirrors our socio-political struggles today on a planetary level and blasts it out on a solar system or galaxy scale. He does not hesitate to point out the atrocities like genocide, wars, inhuman experiments, which occur today. If we don’t change now, we could face the same socio-political struggles in the future.

The Institute also picked the mini-documentary “Do you have what it takes to live on Mars” and the short film “Mad Engineering of the James Webb Telescope” respectively, as the third and fourth best space movie entertainment of 2021. According to ISC, the mini-video provides invaluable insight into the current readiness of scientists and astronauts to bring life beyond the cradle of the Earth. Then the short production on JWST shines a light on the intricate engineering of the most incredible machine ever put into space after the International Space Station.

The Institute recognizes 2021 as a great year for space science, engineering and commerce with the following mega events:

135 orbital launches and nearly 8,000 satellites in orbit
https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/560257522/the-institute-of-space-commerce-isc-top-five-space-predictions-for-2022-to-be-the-break-out-year- for space

NASA’s Perseverance Rover and the 1st flight of a helicopter (Ingenuity) on another planet
https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/

First commercial tourist flights in space, respectively carried out by Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin and SpaceX
https://www.virgingalactic.com; https://www.blueorigin.com; https://www.spacex.com

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe touching the Sun, making breakthroughs for climate science
https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/parker-solar-probe

The progress of the Artemis program which will bring humanity back to the Moon in a few years
https://www.nasa.gov/specials/artemis/

The publication of one of the rare books written by a female astronaut, Nicole Stott
https://www.sealpress.com/titles/nicole-stott/back-to-earth/9781541675049/

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About the Space Commerce Institute

The Institute of Space Commerce ISC is a US 501c(3) focused on uniquely contributing to the discussion, debate, and long-term acceleration of humanity as a commercially sustainable multiplanetary species. There can be a better future for all of us. We just have to get there. Access to space fundamentally changes the equation of the human race. It gives us access to new sources of energy, new resources and is already improving the lives of every man, woman and child in the world. Free markets, free minds, free space. The ISC is officially supporting the bestselling new book, “Back to Earth, what life in space taught me about our home planet and our mission to protect it” by Nicole Stott – https://www.sealpress.com/titles/nicole-stott/back-to-earth/9781541675032/

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