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Moon Base

Moon astronomy base space tourism

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Vladyslav Penionzhko

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I would like to introduce to the public my innovative project of a Moon base for space tourism. This project is distinguished by its simplicity and relative cheapness, so I believe it can be implemented as soon as in the coming decade (please click this Google Docs link to view).

 

I hope you will find it noteworthy.


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Looking at it, it seems like the biggest cost is probably going to be actually getting people to the moon. Then also getting them from the moon back to earth again. I actually saw some plans recently for space hotels using the bigelow expanding modules. My guess is if the space station hotels work out well, then the next step might very well be having them on the moon too.

 

A lot of these things will become a lot more plausible once we can get the cost of launching into space down.



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You could do this now with the Falcon Heavy (for a spectacular price). Once we get the BFR, we'll be able to blow this out of the water. Seems fairly reasonable.


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You could do this now with the Falcon Heavy (for a spectacular price). Once we get the BFR, we'll be able to blow this out of the water. Seems fairly reasonable.

 

Yeah, true.

 

https://www.cnbc.com...-moon-base.html

 

https://futurism.com...oon-base-spacex

 

https://www.techtime...nts-on-moon.htm


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