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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Powell View Post
    Our team has this covered with a full pressure casing that also shields the Epic from various radiation. We'll be 'testing' on the lunar surface in July 2013 - our rocket launch is being handled by a private company that made money on the late '90's .com boom. Our goal is to prove that NASA never got to the lunar surface and we'll do it with footage in 5k (or higher if Dragon ships early).

    Sorry Maciej - but it looks like we'll beat you to the punch!
    Are you going to laser-beam the digital content back to Earth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciej Orman View Post
    Are you going to laser-beam the digital content back to Earth?
    I suggest using warp drive technology....or if within 186,000 miles you can use a standard Tesla transporter to send items back, living tissue is a problem at the moment. But being worked on by the north koreans and somalians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Friday View Post
    I suggest using warp drive technology....or if within 186,000 miles you can use a standard Tesla transporter to send items back, living tissue is a problem at the moment. But being worked on by the north koreans and somalians.
    How did you know that we've also been working with the North Koreans? Dear Leader has been so helpful!
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    Since the Moon landing, NASA keeps looking for partners in order to back to the Moon in order to simplify the process of space exploration. In the future Artemis mission, eight countries collaborators take place. One of them is the United Kingdom where the space industry starts to develop. Satellites, launch vehicles are produced there. Third stage skyrora which are made using the latest technology like payload control system skyrora. It has thrust vector control of pitch and yaw, 3 axes cold gas attitude control, guidance, navigation, and control system.
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