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Welcome! (back?) Or, What's been going on?

It’s been a while; let me try to get you caught up.

First off, we are alive and well, and still doing good work. We have partnered with a For-Profit company, Kepler Shipyards, in order to help with development and potentially allow us to commercialize some of our tech.

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A conversation on Explorer (Astonaut) selection.

There was recently an email exchange where someone asked about joining our Explorer corps. I thought it was worth publishing... of course, Her name was removed. There will be more to follow here.


Hi there,


I just wanted to ask you a quick question about your mission. Where will you get the astronauts from for your manned space missions? Will they be from NASA and what sort of experience will they need? 

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How do you help?, or "How the heck does this thing work?!"

Well, It seems like it's time for my annual+ blog post, And as is becoming traditional, I will promise to write more often. I have a couple ideas for blog posts I need to write, but I did last time too. There is just plain too much to do, and not enough people to do it!
Which, plain leads to the topic of this blog post.

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Why the PayPal and other low end fund-raising links?

I have been asked (and taken to task several times) about the PayPal and other low end fund-raising links on the site. I mean really, do you really expect to raise $500 million USD via PayPal or by selling shoes and books?

No, Of course not.

Then, why have the links there?

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On Servers, OpenLuna's core purpose, and Epic Goals.

Welcome back, I'm personally sorry for the delay. You can blame me exclusively. With that out of the way, We can move on. (I'll explain more if asked, in the spirit of openness.) I will also say right up front, This is a bit long, but I have a lot to say today. I promise, I won't do it very often...

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