teraKUHN seeks to educate and inspire students from 11 to 111 to study the science, engineering, and technology of space travel to the Moon and botany in that hostile environment with the goal of getting someone to grow a plant on the Moon.
The Moon is our nearest neighbor in space, and it is the gateway to the rest of the solar system. It provides practical opportunities for discoveries in the field of life sciences on alien worlds and for design and refinement of technology used in exploration throughout our solar system.
Unlike other web sites dedicated to space settlement, the teraKUHN web site focuses on educating students on how the science and technology of the Apollo program and other space programs worked and how smaller, cheaper, and safer versions of various technologies could be leveraged today or in the near future to conduct a mission to grow a plant on the Moon.
However, if you're interested in other web sites dedicated to space settlement, here's a list of some of them:
If you want to provide us with science or engineering explanations or teaching material Contact R.J. Kuhn at teraKUHN