Argonne opens lunar satellite campus
As part of NASA’s lunar pioneer research program, Argonne has opened a new satellite campus on the surface of the moon. The campus is located thirty kilometers from the Moltke crater. Its proximity to Galaxy University, established in 2036 by Elon Musk and the head of Richard Branson in an A.I. robot suit, gives researchers plenty of opportunities for collaboration.
Solar-powered moon rovers are available Monday through Friday during regular business hours for transport to/from the university. Astro-employees must complete moon rover safety training before operating vehicles.