NASA has asked Surrey University spin-out firm Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) to develop a low cost lunar orbiter for a joint US-UK mission called Magnolia. The project will see the firm develop the primary mission design for NASA. As part of a multi-million pound package the firm will also train engineers from …
I hope they bring in that consultant from 62 West Wallaby Street... He always comes up with the most cracking (and cost-effective) contraptions.
Why pay when it has already been designed.
"To the Moon...Alice!"
Going to the Moon may be a serious endeavor, I would invest in any valid phase. I predict that everyone who can afford it will be on the Moon as fast as they can get up there. It's hard to believe it, but NASA knew that there was a lot of He3 on the surface but never put 2 and 2 together. Now people all over are starting to get it. Sssssssssshhhhhhhh! don't tell anybody else.
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