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Trans Lunar Research (TLR)
P.O. Box 661
Mojave, CA 93502-1662
United States


Rocket Lab: (661) 824-1662


Trans Lunar Research (TLR) is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation founded in 1996. TLR's major goal is to set up the first manned Lunar Station on the surface of the Moon. The "cheap" hardware required to achieve this goal is under development in-house at Trans Lunar Research and at various locations around the world. Providing cash grants to selected organizations, TLR functions as a private space agency supporting space technology development. Trans Lunar Research believes that in order to make space attractive to the masses, it is imperative that humans not only colonize, but also industrialize space. For this reason we are promoting the development of deep space survival hardware such as more efficient rocket propulsion systems, lightweight radiation protection, Lunar and planetary oxygen extraction equipment, Moon and space-based energy production stations, and other technologies that will allow people to live self-sufficiently in space. These technologies will provide the preliminary infrastructure required to make space a commercially viable and profitable industrial zone. Once space becomes a profitable place to do business, it will attract the masses.


Updated: October 20, 2007