Analogue space missions, while providing a wide range of habitats, experiment possibilities, duration and crew composition, suffer from a lack of transparency in terms of research being conducted. To improve research quality, reduce redundancy and distribute knowledge, the CHASM CARD project is a database of all existing research in analogue space missions.
The goal is to compile all published research concerning analogue space missions, in a single database with metadata useful to all researchers. The database is filled on a regular basis as more research is produced. Statistics are made available to all. The database will be released in 2024 to the public.