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Episode 243:OpenLuna Foundation

31 Dec 2010, 17:14 UTC
Episode 243:OpenLuna Foundation
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On this episode, we talk about OpenLuna Foundation
OpenLuna is a volunteer organization. They welcome and encourage participation. The OpenLuna Foundation was founded to return mankind to the moon through private enterprise. Listen to our conversation with Paul Graham, President/ Chairman of the Board and Debi-Lee Wilkinson VP of Membership/Development & board member. OpenLuna is innovative and open source. Yes! Open Source. This is a show you’ll want to download, save and listen to several times. They joined us to talk about………
“Your Moon, Your Mission, Get Involved!”
http://openluna.org/
Hosts this week: Gene Mikulka, Mark Ratterman and Sawyer Rosenstein
Show Recorded – 10/2010 & 12/19/2010
On this episode, we talk about OpenLuna Foundation

OpenLuna is a volunteer organization. They welcome and encourage participation. The OpenLuna Foundation was founded to return mankind to the moon through private enterprise. Listen to our conversation with Paul Graham, President/ Chairman of the Board and Debi-Lee Wilkinson VP of Membership/Development & board member. OpenLuna is innovative and open source. Yes! Open Source. This is a show you'll want to download, save and listen to several times. They joined us to talk about………

“Your Moon, Your Mission, Get Involved!”

http://openluna.org/

Hosts this week: Gene Mikulka, Mark Ratterman and Sawyer Rosenstein

Show Recorded – 10/2010 & 12/19/2010

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