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It begins with our Moon


  • It begins with our Moon

    Every revolution begins with a vision. The revolution I speak of is in the governmental and commercial space sector. The Global Space Organization is preparing to change the way people think of human space progress and exploration. Today the global space industry is plagued by prohibitively high costs, unrealistic goals and poor management. Today with a budget continually in excess of 15 billion annually, NASA has performed very poorly in advancing human deep space goals since the Apollo program. As the highest paid space agency in the world, they continue to ask for more and yet accomplish very little, often funding programs that eventually get cancelled.

    There is a better way. The Global Space Organization will get to the Moon by developing a global commercial space industry, coordinating many different commercial and governmental assets. This process will lower costs of space access for all concerned, opening a space market that will continue to expand from the lunar surface out across our solar system.

    We plan to turn the current space industry on its head. Our path is not through the commercial space sector but through many other industries that can earn profits through space access. A requirement for any industry to survive is profit. On the Moon we will not only need to be profitable but we will also need to coordinate a consistent resupply that will open up the space market to many new industries, creating jobs globally and bringing more and more people out into space.

    The beginnings of human space progress will truly begin with workers and not rich tourists. Tourism will have its place, but before them will come sciences and research, power exploitation, construction, mining, exploration, transportation and supply.

    The GSO still has a way to go yet and in this year we are beginning to reach out to many industries. Additionally we will be advancing our ability in several forms of potential lunar construction from additive manufacturing, formed modules, inflatables and lunar concrete. We plan to also begin establishing formal doctrines for lunar station and space operations that will keep our future crews safe and healthy.

    The Moon is our current goal, it is the place humanity MUST begin its long journey of space exploration and progress. Our Moon is close, it is safely reachable, it is a reliable platform to build, grow and expand. Our Moon will become our platform, our port of operations to reach out across our solar system and expand humanity in the direction we should have been on several decades ago.

    It will be an exciting new decade and it begins with our Moon.
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