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News Release 39
Commercial Moon Spaceflights
December 8, 2006

On December 4-6, 2006, Norm Hansen, Energy USA President, attended the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, AIAA, "2nd Space Exploration Conference” in Houston, Texas. NASA officials discussed their vision of space exploration, which included spending about $128 million to return to the Moon in 2020, which translates to approximately $2 billion per astronaut.

The proposed Energy USA spacecraft meets or exceeds the Lunar Architecture requirements contained in "NASA's Exploration Systems Architecture Study" for transporting astronauts, their equipment and materials to explore the Moon. Using 5 grams of antimatter fuel, mass of a nickel, the spacecraft could take 1,000 round trip spaceflights to the Moon without refueling or one spaceflight every week for twenty years.  The initial cost is estimated at $20 million per astronaut.

NASA appears to be very interested in spacecraft that can take off and land at airports and travel to the Moon in hours. As the technology developed, millions of people could be taking adventure to the Moon. After Luna facilities are constructed, tourists could take Space Adventures to the Moon for under $200,000 per person.

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