Discover Enzmann’s Universe

FREA brings you Dr. Robert Duncan-Enzmann’s life’s work researching the exploration and colonization of space. Besides his government secret work, he made significant contributions to space technology and changed the face of our world with his accomplishments in engineering and space mission planning. This work was never published until now.

Robert Duncan-Enzmann’s latest ENDEAVOR and Michelle Snyder’s newest book for your enjoyment!

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The Wheel – A Zodiacal Odyssey

Welcome to FREA

FREA, Inc., the Foundation for Research of the Enzmann Archive in Massachusetts, was founded out of passion and dedication to preserve and publish the life’s work of two extraordinary people: Dr. Robert and Joanna Enzmann. Their many decades of unpublished research in the field of space exploration and mission planning and all that needs to be learned for humans to colonize space is a national treasure. Their work from the stone age to the space age is unique and extraordinary.

Our mission is to preserve, catalog, and publish this vast collection of papers and manuscripts and make them available and accessible to everyone.

Discover: The Enzmann Starship

The Enzmann Starship is the subject of a great deal of fanart. This flyby is the excellent work of Nick Stevens. Based on the design developed by Dr. Enzmann in the late 1940s, the Enzmann Starship is a nuclear pulse interstellar ship fueled by a 3-million ton ball of frozen deuterium. Published in Analog Magazine in 1972, this starship gained popularity among sci-fi enthusiasts and the engineering world of space exploration.


Early Manned Mars Mission

Wheels. Everyone has them somewhere.

Dr. Enzmann In His Own Words

Orbicular Bodies in S W Africa

Lenses and Light

“I see Bob Enzmann’s work as being one of the few things that the public can latch onto that will enable everyone to have a greater vision of humanity, a greater chance of survival for humanity, and something that will truly begin to lift us up and become an advanced civilization.”

Edwin Pangman, Starship Engineer

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