Project to send data to the moon

Project to send data to the moon

Archivists and tech guys alike recommend using offsite data backup when creating copies of important records. But a new preservation project's storage location takes the cake. For a donation of $10, Lunar Legacy will send your story and photo to the moon. That's right, they will send pictures of your...

Archivists and tech guys alike recommend using offsite data backup when creating copies of important records. But a new preservation project’s storage location takes the cake.

For a donation of $10, Lunar Legacy will send your story and photo to the moon. That’s right, they will send pictures of your dog, your Nana or the Grand Canyon to the celestial body orbiting the earth.

The project is backed by the Google Lunar X Prize, which challenges private companies to send a robot rover to the moon. A $20 million prize will go to the first team to complete a set of objectives including sending video, images and data back to Earth by the end of 2012.

The photos and messages uploaded to www.lunarlegacy.org will be stored on every vehicle that attempts to make the voyage. You can see what people have uploaded so far by clicking here.

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