We sent out the following letter to the Google Lunar X PRIZE Teams this week.
Dear GLXP Team Leaders,
Most of you know me, but a few of you don’t. I run a site called Evadot.com and have been chronicling the GLXP for about 2 years now.
Through our many conversations, I’ve developed a firm belief that you have a unique opportunity to make this moment in time historic. One worth telling our grandchildrens’ grandchildren about. The work you’re doing has the potential to make many of our dreams come true. Space belongs to the people of the world and it’s time to give them a connection to it.
International Space Development Conference (ISDC) has approached me to help make a compelling panel of the GLXP competitors. They are looking for something out-of-the-box and unique and they’ve asked me to participate as the moderator. I’d like to further extend that invitation to you now.
The GLXP presents an interesting inspirational challenge. I’ve been studying the Orteig prize and the Ansari X PRIZE. The best parts of those stories isn’t the technology, it’s the stories of the people involved. Since the GLXP mission will be robotic, it becomes extremely important to ...