Genesis Sustainable Future Ltd.

a partnership in terraformation.

What is Genesis 1:11™?

What is Genesis 1:11™?

Genesis1:11™ is a distant places plantation and forestation-supporting high-technology strategy including but not limited to semi-capsuled ecosystems and various physical and precision software tools making it possible to inject Earthly soil microorganisms and to grow plant roots into extraterrestrial soils contributing to a sustainable future for humankind in remote places (especially terraforming Mars) having extreme climatic and environmental conditions.

What is Terraformation?

What is Terraformation?

Terraformation or “Earth-shaping” signifies the process to deliberately modify the atmosphere, temperature, surface topography, or ecology of a planet to become like the environment of Earth. Its goal is to create acceptable living conditions and living space for humans and terrestrial organisms on remote planets and/or moons.

What is our mission reason?

What is our mission reason?

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The multi-planetary life of humanity is a growing topic, as it offers a possible solution to the major problems faced by humankind:
Under these circumstances, colonizing Mars appears as a viable and technologically doable project. For this, atmosphere thickening on Mars is a crucial challenge, as it represents an essential condition for future colonization.
Our Solution: Genesis 1:11™

Our Solution: Genesis 1:11™

Genesis1:11™ Rocket Capsule is a high-technology penetrator designed for plantations in distant places, which also makes possible forestation.

Our technology and know-how include but are not limited to semi-capsuled ecosystems, various physical and precision software tools that inject Earthly soil microorganisms and grow plant roots into extraterrestrial soils, contributing to the sustainable future for humankind in remote places.

Our terraforming strategy offers a means to the atmosphere thickening of Mars, allowing CO2 that fills the Red Planet’s soil pores to move from the bottom upward, triggered by ongoing microbial activity and root respiration.

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Genesis 1:11™ Prototypes

Genesis 1:11™ Prototypes

Genesis1:11™ Rocket Capsules are semi-closed multi-layered systems in which plants and some other eukaryotes can be transported to remote planets. They can be dropped from the spacecraft and they survive in the atmosphere of the remote planet, and even develop under extreme climatic and environmental conditions. Moreover, using this system allows for injecting biofertilizers and rooting plants in extraterrestrial soils. This offers a means to contribute to the thickening of the remote planet’s atmosphere owing to root respiration and microbial activity.

Genesis 1:11™ Investments

Genesis 1:11™ Investments

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Genesis 1:11™ Charity

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Genesis 1:11™ is committed not only to Mars but also to Earth!
Genesis 1:11™ is committed not only to Mars but also to Earth!
Genesis 1:11™ is committed not only to Mars but also to Earth!
NEWS

NEWS

Prof. Dr. Bence Mátyás would bring plants to Mars

A Hungarian researcher would deliver terrestrial microbes and plants to Mars with plant-carrying rocket capsules! With his idea, the terraformation of Mars may not be sci-fi, but the reality of the near future! Details tonight in I Am Here from Prof. Dr. Bence Mátyás! I'm Here !, M2 Petőfi Tv, 21:05!

Plants on Mars - is it possible? Could the Moon be our next home?

Plants on Mars - is it possible? Could the Moon be our next “home”? Maybe this idea isn’t that far off when Tom Cruise is already shooting his next film in space! We talked about a real futuristic topic this morning with dr. Bence Mátyás, the research owner of Genesis Sustainable Future Ltd., and István Sárhegyi, a space lawyer and space entrepreneur, awake with us.
Articles

Articles

Our main research line is separation of organic molecules in extraterrestrial soils and in earthly crops with the purpose of developing terraforming strategies and sustainable space technologies. We select, test, and train plants and other lower eukaryotes for space missions. In addition, we develop hardware and software solutions for solving analytical challenges in space discovery.
Genesisi Sustainable Future Ltd. - Bence Mátyás, Ph.D CEO, Founder
Bence Mátyás, Ph.D
CEO, Founder

Genesis1:11™ - The Rooting Pot

Genesis1:11TM is a distant places plantation and forestation-supporting high-technology concept including, but not limited to semi-capsuled ecosystems and various physical and precision software tools making it possible to inject microorganisms and to grow plant roots into extraterrestrial soils contributing to a sustainable future for the humankind in remote places (especially terraforming Mars) having extreme climatic and environmental conditions. In this paper main characteristics and utilization areas of Genesis1:11TM Rocket Capsule and technical specifications of Genesis1:11TM Rooting Pot are being discussed without claiming completeness, including a demonstration how a complex organism like a plant might provide a useful and simple host for large number of microbes.

Effect of herbicides on soil respiration: a case study conducted at Debrecen-Látókép Plant Cultivation Experimental Station

Measuring the effect of herbicides on the natural environment is essential to secure sustainable agriculture practices. Amount of carbon dioxide released by soil microorganisms (soil respiration) is one of the most important soil health indicators, known so far. In this paper we present a comprehensive quantifying study, in which we measured the effect of 14 herbicides on soil respiration over 16 years, from 1991 to 2017, at Debrecen-Látókép Plant Cultivation Experimental Station. Investigated herbicides contained different active ingredients and were applied in various doses. It was found that 11 out of the examined 14 herbicides had a detrimental effect on soil respiration.
Mission timeline

Mission timeline

Pre-project, software tools

  • January-August 2018

We have developed an algorithm to support Mars rovers’ in-built labs that seeking life-related molecules in Martian soils.

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January-August 2018
Aug 2018- May 2020

Preliminary experiments for plant- transporting rocket capsule development

  • Aug 2018- May 2020

We have designed the Genesis 1:11™ plant transporting Rocket Capsules, Rooting pots, and other precision toolkits to support Mars terraformation.

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Looking for potential indicators to detect plants’ stress before its visual synthomas appear.

  • Sept 2019 - Present

These indicators are needed for us to finalize the integrated mini-laboratory of the Rocket Capsule. We have found statistical correlation between nutrient (nitrogen) deficiency symptoms of plants and changes in 8-aminopyrene-1,3,6-trisulfonic acid (APTS)-labeled complex type free oligosaccharides. We are predicting deficiency symptoms by multispectral images and Kjeldahl digestion, APTS-labeled complex type free oligosaccharides are identified by their glucose unit (GU) values, using microchip electrophoresis and capillary electrophoresis with laser induced fluorescence detection (CE-LIF). 

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Sept 2019 - Present
1 January 2020

Prototype building

  • 1 January 2020

We have built up the first functional prototype that ensures light and heat to the plants inside the capsule.

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Prototype building

  • November 2019 - May 2021

Building up functional prototypes for flight tests.

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November 2019 - May 2021
19 May, 2021

Tunnel Flight Tests

  • 19 May, 2021

Tunnel Flight Tests of functional prototypes at SkyWard wind tunnel, Csepel-Budapest, Hungary

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Launching our Applied Astrobiology Analytical Laboratory

  • December 2019 - May 2021

Our main research line is separation of organic molecules in extraterrestrial soils and in earthly crops with the purpose of developing terraforming strategies and sustainable space technologies. We select, test, and train plants and other lower eukaryotes for space missions. In addition, we develop hardware and software solutions for solving analytical challenges in space discovery.

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December 2019 - May 2021
July 2021 - December 2021

Impact tests

  • July 2021 - December 2021

We build up, and test functional prototypes for impact tests.

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Technology demonstration mission

  • August 2021

Finalizing drill bit (nose) of the Martian Rocket Capsule.

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August 2021
October 2021

Technology demonstration mission

  • October 2021

Miniaturization, analytical instrument selection for being installed in penetrators.

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July 2022
December 2025
February 2026
December 2026
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