Adults are seriously working on the dreamlike story of "going to the moon, making and drinking drinks from the water collected in the moon and the ingredients delivered earlier." That is the "LUNAR DREAM CAPSULE PROJECT", which was started by Otsuka Pharmaceutical and others, aiming to reach the moon for the first time by the private sector. This dream began with the discovery that "the moon has water with the same composition as on earth."
The purpose of this project is to enclose the same "Pocari Sweat" powder on the market in a special "Dream Capsule" that can withstand the harsh environment of reaching a high temperature of 110 ° C (230 ° F) during the day and cooling to 170 ° C (338 ° F) below freezing at night. The first step is to launch it with a rocket and deliver it to the moon. And, although I don't know how many decades it will be, the second step is for human beings who stood up again on the moon to find and open the dream capsule, dissolve Pocari Sweat in the water of the moon, and drink it. To open the capsule, you need the key "Dream Ring" distributed at project-related events.
The capsule also contains a titanium plate with a laser engraved message of "Children's Dreams" collected from the project's website. In the future, it may be the child who sent the message to open the capsule that has withstood the harsh environment and many years. Otsuka Pharmaceutical et al. "I want young people who are interested in the moon and space to go get their own" dream capsules "in the near future and moisturize their throats with drinks dissolved in lunar water." Tells a grand dream.
The project consists of Otsuka Pharmaceutical, Astrobotic Technology of the United States, which has landing technology, and ASTROSCALE of Singapore, which is engaged in research / commercialization of space debris removal. The "LUNAR DREAM Executive Committee" will play a central role in bringing together the strengths of the University of Tokyo, Kyushu University, and various companies in Japan. The plan is to launch a rocket in October 2015 to reach the surface of the moon with the Dream Capsle.
Former JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut at the kick-off event held at "Konica Minolta Planetarium" Tenku "" in Tokyo Skytree Town on May 15, when the project started in earnest. Naoko Yamazaki, who has stayed at the International Space Station (ISS) and was in charge of missions, also rushed in and talked about space, water, and dreams.
Will the Dream Capsle be delivered to the moon safely? How many years will a person with a dream ring arrive on the moon? Will the lunar water be actually discovered and you can drink the capsule Pocari Sweat? The more I think about it, the more exciting it becomes. Send your dreams from the website and support the project.