Explore the Integrated Space Plan

2017 Integrated Space Plan Kickstarter Launch!

Integrated Space Plan logoClick to Join With the ISA Team in backing the funding campaign for the new edition of the Integrated Space Plan, with new data, a new professional design, a new "Kids" version available, and other great rewards!

The campaign is starting February 24 and runs until April 13. Check out the rewards available - in addition to the Poster, we are planning a new "kids" version that is a bit less complex, suitable for school-age kids. As a backer you can opt for either or both. We are offering several other great rewards.

Your support for this project is also important for expanding the Integrated Space Plan website, with several new features and - most importantly - progress to making it a powerful research tool with dynamic interactive analysis tools. Our true purpose is to provide accurate, up to date, reliable information for industry, financial, academic, and individual researchers as well as a resource for education of all ages.

The Integrated Space Plan for 2015

Integrated Space Plan four by six inch

Click for large scale view with clickable entity links

This image shows the full plan that appears on the poster.  Please click on the image to see the central portion of the plan with clickable links.

The Portal menu shows links to pages with the other elements of the printed plan to our online menu, including information about Near Earth Asteroids, material resource information for the Moon, Mars, and other bodies, and other data important to space development.

The Plan is a work in progress; we encourage you to register on the site and join us in revising, improving, and expanding the data.  We are continuing to add new capabilities to the site.  With the help of our sponsors, supporters, experts, and you we are expanding the system rapidly, with major new research and visualization features scheduled to be introduced in Summer of 2016.

After almost a year of work, funded in part through a Kickstarter campaign called "Integrated Space Plan - Envisioning Humanity's Future" we went to print with the new, revised 2015 edition of the Integrated Space Plan poster. This project had many backers, including the National Space Society, the Space Frontier Foundation, and Into Mystery (see their Kickstarter project). 

Now we are building this website to be a comprehensive, reliable, central resource for research, planning and learning, the best place to come to for more information about the future of space development.