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Welcome to the OpenLuna wiki. - "Because we've waited long enough!"


This page is used to scratch out the notes that will become the mission. You are encouraged to contribute in any way possible.

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

For more general discussion or question asking, look in the discussion page first. You should also read all of the existing pages before starting any new ones. (Start with Mission_Plan) You should also look in the discussion pages before editing anything. (Edit with care. Read the Equipment design standards and the discussion pages and the Mission_Plan before editing anything.)

Getting started

READ THE User's Guide!

You must be a registered user to edit pages or read the discussion. Registration is free and easy, (Special:Userlogin) You should try it. I think you'll like it.

About OpenLuna

The Moon Shines on all the Earth

The Open Luna Foundation aims to return mankind to the moon through private enterprise. Initial goals focus on a stepped program of robotic missions coupled with extensive public relations and outreach. Following these purely robotic missions, a short series of manned missions will construct a small, approximately 6 person settlement based on a location scouted by the robotic missions. This settlement will be open for anyone's use (private individuals to government agencies), provided they respect our ethical conduct and heritage policies.

About the X-Prize

First note that we are not now, and do not ever plan on becoming a Google Lunar X-Prize team, even though we work with one. (and are open to working with others.) Having said that, The Google Lunar X PRIZE is a $30 million international competition to safely land a robot on the surface of the Moon, travel 500 meters over the lunar surface, and send images and data back to the Earth. Teams must be at least 90% privately funded and must be registered to compete by December 31, 2010. The first team to land on the Moon and complete the mission objectives will be awarded $20 million; the full first prize is available until December 31, 2012. After that date, the first prize will drop to $15 million. The second team to do so will be awarded $5 million. Another $5 million will awarded in bonus prizes. The final deadline for winning the prize is December 31, 2014. More can be found at GLXP website. See our plan to win as Mission_X But also see GLXP as to why we will not enter.

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