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  • Space Progress comes from Space Economy

    The world has not returned humans to our Moon since the early 1970's. People say its too expensive, or too dangerous. Still others say there is a reason humans have not been sent back for if there was a reason we would have done so. Those people are correct.

    We have not gone back because no government or individual has come up with a good enough reason to go..., yet.

    Many think we should just go and pay for it anyway no matter the cost even if we do not earn a profit, but that is very short-sighted and foolish. That is the very reason current commercial plans for colonizing Mars will not work. There is no profit to interest the individuals that would pay for it.

    Where there is profit, there will be advancement. There needs to be a purpose as well, a reason to earn that profit.

    What purpose is there in sending humans to the Moon? What will they do, how will they live and most importantly how will they generate a revenue so they can sustain themselves and advance.

    Governments have gone into space with only a purpose, but usually without an inclination to earn a profit. Why would they, they earn income through taxation. It is because of this lack of revenue gathering that further human space progress has stopped and has been relegated to near Earth orbit. Most goals of governmental space programs are scientific and research oriented anyway, they really don't need humans in space to conduct those missions, simple robotic probes work just fine and cost much less.

    This in a way is the problem of many commercial space interests, they are operating under the same mentality as the government. Instead of determining profit potential, they are focused instead on lowering costs of space access. The cheaper it costs them to get into space the easier it will be for them to eventually determine ways to earn a profit. Space mining of asteroids will not get the job done, its far easier to mine the Earth and it costs less than sending million dollar robots to mine the same materials from a rock in space.

    It is better to determine profits first and prove those profits are attainable utilizing current technologies, current launch capabilities and providing a reason for businesses to exist and prosper in space.

    This is the direction of the Global Space Organization. The creation of a commercial space industry that will pursue profits in space and on our lunar surface by advancing the goals of many different industries. The Moon, holds many opportunities for businesses to operate. Not simply in just its soil, our Moon provides a solid platform for many ideas, it can support many goals and the best of all its close enough to us to earn a continuous revenue stream that will create many jobs and sustain many operations. Our Moon as a port of operations will also advance us to destinations further out.

    Operations, Mining, Tourism, Research, Sciences, Astronomy, Supply, Production, Construction and even Advertising are just some of the industries we will advance out into space and on our Moon.

    You should join us...

    Global Space Organization | To the Moon and Beyond
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