Circumlunar Mission

Only 24 people have ever left Earth orbit and journeyed close to the Moon.  The last people to walk on the Moon were Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt, who left the Moon’s surface on December 14, 1972 and returned to Earth in their Apollo spacecraft.  Since then no one has been closer to the Moon than low Earth Orbit.  We will change that.

Using flight proven Russian space vehicles we will fly two private citizens and one professional cosmonaut on a free return trajectory around the far-side of the Moon.  They will come to within 100km of the Moon’s surface.  If you choose to join this Circumlunar mission you will see the illuminated far-side of the Moon, and then witness the amazing sight of the Earth rising above the surface of the Moon.  We expect our first mission to launch before the end of the decade. 

Mankind can only progress to become a space faring race by taking the small steps necessary to reduce the costs of access to space.  This mission will be one of those small, but very significant steps.

“THIS MISSION IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR A PRIVATE CITIZEN TO BECOME ONE OF THE GREAT EXPLORERS OF THE 21ST CENTURY.” BUZZ ALDRIN