Bulletin#11

Dear Fellow Lunar Enthusiasts,

November is a month for remembrance and reflection. Though war incited incredible technological advances, it also caused people deep concern as we didn’t know their ramifications. While rocketry became reality during war, it’s only been fairly recently that we’ve put the technology to better, peaceful use. Looking at the future, we can see this technology being an essential step forward, if we dedicate ourselves to this opportunity.


While Mars continues to be the focus of much attention, we’re now seeing a pick-up in the interest for Rosetta and the comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko. With it, we will add even more knowledge into humanity’s memory. But, knowing of something is of little value unless we use the knowledge. As much as we build knowledge about space, the Moon, its history and its construct, we need to use it to get the full benefit from the years of exploration and research.


It is this ambition to which the Lunar Colony Fund adheres. We value knowledge and information but for the purpose of exploitation; to better the lives of people. We want to use information so that we can establish places to live and grow. And, we want to allow the next generation to continue stepping up; to advance the welfare of people everywhere.


Mark Mortimer

President
Lunar Colony Fund

What can you imagine here?

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