MONTREAL – A telescope that is set to launch to the moon in 2015 will allow the public to go on the Internet and view the Earth from the lunar surface.
The privately funded telescope, known as the International Lunar Observatory precursor (ILO-X), was designed and built by Silicon Valley-based Moon Express Inc.
“It’s citizen science on the moon and it’s really a new model of public participation,” Moon Express CEO Bob Richards told The Canadian Press on Tuesday.
“This will be a small, but very high-performance telescope on the moon that the public and scientists or professionals and amateurs alike will have access to over the Internet.”
…hello world…! can this lander be hacked or interfered with…?
Is there much dust on landing on the Moon!?
Secondly how can you ensure you are not landing on a rock or slant?
Then, would it be possible to land close to a Apollo to at least prove
them via your telescope?
If all else fails? What can stop your lander from not crash landing?
What is the trick to prove the telescope viewing, is not a programed image?
I will think of some more questions when we star getting all your lies!
…and folks those are impressive lunar terrain photos for “starters”…!!!
WHY DO I DOUBT SO MUCH? BECAUSE OF THE BIBLE AND THE FALSE JEHOVA, ADAM & JESUS…!