Man has always looked to the sky for answers to life’s big questions. As mankind’s technology advances so does our capability to potentially answer old questions like “How were we created?” and “How unique am I in the universe?”.
What once inspired the fabled Chinese scientist Wan Hu to try and launch himself into space by tying 47 rockets to his chair around
The Dutch traditions of pioneering and astronomy are the foundation for our current success in space research. Just as in the past, the Dutch create the instruments that scientists worldwide then use as the tools in discovery.