The Homestead Pioneer Museum in Drumheller, Alberta
Arriving at about 9am
Go to the march
Returning to the Homestead at 11am
Displays and presentations until 5pm
- Displayed will be moon dust aka regolith, samples made from
earth materials and made by our space workers.
- Chemical composition of moon dust hand outs
- Discussions on Helium 3 mining
- Discussions Helium 3 and Deuterium fusion reactions
- Discussions on platinum metals mining
- Discussions on silicon processing
- Discussions on growing plants in moon dust
- Discussions on oxygen extraction from regolith
Headed up by Peter Reinwald the Lieutenant-Commander and assisted by John Haddon the Commander of the Calgary Space Workers Society, a total of twelve (12) of our brilliant members were talking to individuals of the public at the Lilac Festival. Thousands passed by the booth and over 600 hundred people stopped to further investigate the future of space colonization. The public picked up pamphlets, simulated moon dust and/or spoke to members.
For the location of our meetings and our Research & Development Centre contact an active member to be nominated to join our society or contact Captain, Michael Bakk with your CV or background information for membership nomination