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While the motion picture industry has brought us cinematic versions of Martian drama, 4Frontiers will bring a hands-on Mars settlement to the masses. 4Frontiers, through subsidiary NewSpace Center, LLC, intends to build Interspace, similar in appearance and design to a real settlement facility designed for Mars itself, and to make it available to the interested public. The company's Mars settlement research efforts and real-science focus will allow an unparalleled level of realism. The facility will be designed to engage the public and translate public fascination into revenue-based support of the company’s space development research and business operations.
Mars settlement-focused simulation and education will attract young minds and plant the seeds of future interest. This will allow many to become more familiar with our ultimate mission. This approach contrasts with remote simulation habitats in the Arctic and elsewhere, which are too remote for public access in significant numbers. Although primarily a demonstration facility, the center will also showcase the company’s latest innovations and provide a public forum for its Mars experts.  The company's entertainment and education products and activities will expand and further develop as the center grows. 4Frontiers will strive to make this the world's premiere location for education and innovation in Mars settlement activities.

"We shall move out there, not because we want to but because we have to. There is an immediate reason for going--the earth's surface may soon become uninhabitable because of nuclear war or some other catastrophe, and we want the human race to survive--but there is a deeper and more compelling reason for going. We are what our remote ancestors were--colonists, always on the march toward better environments, always evolving, always adapting, learning how to control the physical world to our advantage. It is inconceivable that we have here and now come to the end of our long march, reduced to clinging to what we have, with no prospect for improvement--no hope. Rather we must view our present situation, with all its very real problems, as merely an overnight campsite along the way." - Edward Gilfillan, Migration to the Stars, 1975
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