The Colossus Consortium
is a world leading group of innovative entrepreneurs, scientists and engineers developing technology innovations allowing 50-100m class dedicated optical structures to be built with the resources now being allocated for general-purpose astronomical telescopes of significantly smaller aperture.

Vision:
To develop the concept and enabling technology for the world-largest telescope Colossus capable to detect extrasolar life and extraterrestrial civilizations.

Mission:
To balance the Colossus design against the probability of success with limited resources, time to completion, and the overall cost. To achieve these ingredients of a fundable design in a short time period.

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NEWS


March 17-21, 2014: Search for Life beyond the Solar system, Conference in Tucson, where the Colossus project is presented to the community of exobiologists.


Jan 9, 2014, 9pm GMT: BBC Two Stargazing show with Dara O Briain and Prof. Brian Cox will discuss astronomy news and the Colossus telescope.


Oct 29, 2013: Meeting with Investors at Dynamic Structures Ltd,


Oct 2, 2013: Frank Drake of SETI supports the Colossus telescope


Sep 28, 2013: First steps of the Colossus at the Dynamic Structures Ltd, Canada