Mr. Rosaire is a rocket enthusiast who holds a degree from Texas A&M University in physics and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in nuclear engineering with a focus on applications in space propulsion. He was involved in the operations planning in his group in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M university while he was an undergraduate. He has interned at Los Alamos National Laboratory with the small modular reactor design team that analyzed a small lead-bismuth cooled reactor for transportable terrestrial needs. He also interned at the Center for Space Nuclear Research where he worked as the design team lead for a bimodal radioisotope thermal rocket system that would take Mars exploration rovers to their destination and serve as a high bandwidth communications link to enable real-time, high-definition video from the red planet. He shares the dream with the Icarus Interstellar of elevating humanity to become a space faring and interstellar civilization and claiming this spiral arm of the Milky Way as our home.