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MOON - the most accurate lunar globe

A project in London, UK by Oscar Lhermitte
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The first topographically accurate lunar globe, displaying the current lunar phases at any given time.
Backers: 541
Average Pledge Per Backer: £269

Funded: £145,393 of £25,000
Dates: Apr 13th -> May 13th (30 days)
Project By: Oscar Lhermitte
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Latest News

Exploded view + In the Making #3

May 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello dear MOON team members, Some of you have asked us to show an exploded view of all the components. So below is our exploded view. Note that we took the picture from space, in zero gravity. ;-) Exploded view of the MOON in zero gravity Awesome... (Read More)

Halfway through - In the Making #2 + MOON map for everyone

April 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear everyone, First of all: congrats to everyone, we have reached our 1st stretch goal. This means that everyone who pledged £20 or more will receive an A2 MOON map designed by our graphic designer Stina Gromark. Woohoo! √ Today we are halfway... (Read More)

MOON for the kids!

April 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Dear everyone,  Today is FULL MOON! If the weather permits it in your area, you should go and check it out tonight! It's not likely to be a clear sky in London tonight. But we have ours in our studio. ;-) This week was intense on reaching out to... (Read More)

Stretch Goals! + In the Making #1

April 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello everyone, Hope you had a great weekend. We are very happy about the success of the campaign and we therefore would like to announce 2 stretch goals. #1 If we reach £75 000 of funding (300%): Everyone who pledged £20 or more will receive a... (Read More)

The Eagle has landed

April 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Dearest backers, Alex, Peter and I were amazed at seeing the campaign reaching its target last night. We did not expect it to get funded in just over a day. But it did! Thank you all, from the bottom of our hearts. SO HAPPY!!!We do not have a picture... (Read More)

Unique MOON Lunar Globe Hits Kickstarter (video)

April 15th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
A new accurate lunar globe has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week aptly called MOON, providing the first topographically accurate lunar globe (Read More)

10, 9, ignition sequence start, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, zero. All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff!

April 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Mission Control Center here, it has been 24 hours and we are at 85% of our funding target, with 104 backers, what a start! We are stoked at the response we have from all of you, this is really rewarding.  We hosted an event last night at Machines... (Read More)

You Can Buy the Most Detailed Moon Globe Ever Made on Kickstarter

April 13th - via: popularmechanics.com
??It's a model, but it looks exactly like the Moon. Like, exactly.? (Read More)

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