Have you ever wanted to go to space? Children dress up in astronaut costumes and play with toy rockets, but no one except a select few has ever actually gone to space. Rockets and fuel have always been too expensive for everyday citizens to go to space. Plus, the fuel used in rockets has too many risks for mass amounts of people to go. Currently, hydrazine is used to blast people into space. On regualr space missions with hydrazine, everything is checked for months to limit the risks. However, the fuel is extremely flammable, costly, and not very effecient. Recently, NASA, Aerojet-Rocketdyne, and Ball Aerospace combined forces to create NASA's Green Propellant Infusion Mission which combines a miracle fuel AF-M315E and GPIM Propulsion System. This combined mission allows space travel to be low-cost, eco-friendly, and effiecent. With this new technology, average humans could go to space.