Since Jules Verne published his novel “De la Terre à la Lune” in 1965, people are dreaming of entering space. Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin was the first man in orbit on 12 April 1961 – according to official statements – and Neil Alden Armstrong is said to have been the first person to set foot on the moon on July 21, 1969. Since then, technical development has brought rapid progress. Rumors are spreading about secret technologies enabling man to even visit Mars. Space travelling fueled the genre of science fiction films and has since been the dream of many. Plans exist to make them come true and to enable earthlings to morph into real world space explorers. The commercialization of space is no longer a future vision, but an up and coming industry with non-fictious potentials. In addition to the US American NASA and the European ESA, other countries and private companies are pursuing ambitious goals. Creating a legal base for these adventurous endeavours was a mandatory step, resulting into agreements like the Moon Treaty. In this book, the author presents the historicalprocess, delivers explanations in regards to the status quo and dares to look into the future. Let yourself be carried away into a time that can offer a lot of excitement and let your imagination run wild. The future is just around the corner.