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Space Science

Florida GoogleX Team Offers To Send Your DNA To the Moon For a Price 55

Posted by samzenpus
from the to-the-moon-with-you dept.
First time accepted submitter Udigs writes "You might have heard of the Google LunarX Prize. It's a competition where private, often non-profit organizations race to build a vehicle capable of completing a short mission on the moon. But one of the problems facing these private teams is the issue of raising money to make the trip. However, one Florida team is taking an interesting approach: they are offering to send your DNA to the moon for a price. For the inclined, they've started a kickstarter page."
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Florida GoogleX Team Offers To Send Your DNA To the Moon For a Price

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  • Sounds like a SCAM (Score:3, Insightful)

    by na1led (1030470) on Monday July 09, 2012 @02:19PM (#40595129)
    How are they going to preserve your DNA on the moon, with all the exposed radiation, and freezing temperatures? It's hard enough to keep DNA preserved in a monitored environment here on earth! If you want your DNA preserved, better off just fossilizing it, like they do with Moose Droppings.

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