September 18, 2012

“Operation Lunar Supercomputer” –To Monitor Exploration of the Solar System & Beyond

 
Stephen Hawking, world-celebrated expert on the cosmological theories of gravity and black holes who holds Issac Newton’s Lucasian Chair at Cambridge University, called for a massive investment in establishing colonies on the Moon and in a lecture in honor of NASA’s 50th anniversary. The Moon is a good place to start because it is “close by and relatively easy to reach”, Hawking said. “The Moon could be a base for travel to the rest of the solar system,” he added. would be “the obvious next target”, with its abundant supplies of frozen water, and the intriguing possibility that life may have been present there in the past.

Read more: “Operation Lunar Supercomputer” –To Monitor Exploration of the Solar System & Beyond

Home           Top of page