[Space] Anyone interested in flying to the moon?

Steve Berl steveberl at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 18:54:32 PST 2012


I see on the Noisebridge calendar that there is a regular meeting at 19:30
on Tuesday evenings.
Is that currently going on? Would that be a good opportunity to meet some
of you?

-steve

On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 1:39 PM, Alex Paul <alex at alexpaul.net> wrote:

> I'd love to get involved. I've got background in programming,
> specifically C and more recently map-reduce and data visualization.
>
> I have the same question: where or how should I start?
>
> Thanks, this sounds awesome,
> [ap]
>
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 11:22 AM, Carol Sanders <carolsand at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > I'm interested. I usd to setup communications systems in the military
> and am
> > interested in any radio projects. I would also lime to gain more
> experience
> > programming.
> >
> > Where or how should I start?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> >
> > On Thursday, February 16, 2012, Steve Berl wrote:
> >>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I'm part of Team Phoenicia, one of the teams currently participating in
> >> the Google Lunar X Prize competition. We are trying to grow our team a
> bit,
> >> and I'm wondering if anyone on this list would be interested.
> >>
> >> We are mostly located in the SF bay area, and a lot of the hardware
> >> happens down in Menlo Park, but depending on what you might be
> interested in
> >> geography might not matter.
> >>
> >> We need people with all sorts of skills. In particular we need someone
> >> with interest in radio and radar, and maybe lasers. Also mechanical
> >> designer. We have a few software people, but we could definitely use
> some
> >> more help, so experience in real time embedded systems would be great.
> But
> >> we also need to develop ground station software with graphical
> interfaces,
> >> and data processing applications.
> >>
> >> So there is a ton of work to do and problems to solve. Tell me what you
> >> are interested in, and I bet we can find something for you to work on.
> >>
> >> And this is not a "job". Nobody on the team is getting paid for their
> >> work. We are all doing it for the fun, and most have day jobs. There is
> >> potential that a business may come out of this work in the future, but
> for
> >> now we are just a bunch of hardware and software hackers trying to build
> >> some really cool machines.
> >>
> >> What do you think?
> >>
> >> -steve
> >
> >
> >
> > --
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> >
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> >
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