Entry Date:
September 27, 2016


Principal Investigator Olivier de Weck

SpaceNet is a software environment used to analyze space campaigns from a supply-chain view. It was initially developed as a part of the MIT Space Logistics Research Project in 2005 to help NASA plan the Constellation program missions to the moon, establishing a lunar outpost.

Since its inception, SpaceNet has evolved through several design iterations and has become a flexible software environment for analyzing general space exploration scenarios with respect to feasibility and establishs quantitative evaluation metrics for scenario comparison.