posted on Dec, 6 2012 @ 05:38 PM
reply to post by lostbook
....plans to sell each moon mission for about $1.5 billion — a relative bargain, said the company's president and CEO Alan Stern.
To keep costs low, Golden Spike will likely use existing or already-under-development rockets and spacecraft. However, the company will need to
commission its own lunar lander and specially designed spacesuits.
I know I will never ever even come close to seeing $1.5 Billion, BUT.....
Let's say I did have an extra $1.5 Billion to throw away. That would not be all of the money I had. Now with that in mind, I say screw the dam
discount bargain price. I'll pay $2 Billion if you use the top of the line merchandise. I don't want no dam hand-me-downs.
Paint a new label onto used discount rocket parts that were purchased from someone who found it on the beach.
edit on 12/6/12 by BrokenCircles because: (no reason given)