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Commercial Lunar Science & Communications Takes the Next Step

IOLA Observatory on the Moon. Credits: ILOA

[ILOA Press Release - 01.07.2014]
The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA), based in Hawaii, is announcing its partnership with Toronto-based Canadensys Aerospace Corporation to develop the payload for its International Lunar Observatory mission (ILO-1) to the Moon’s South Pole later this decade.

Astronomy from the Moon: ILOA Acquires Exclusive Images from Chang’E-3 Lunar Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope

Chang'e-3 on the Moon. Credits: CNSA

[ILOA Press Release - 19.03.2014]
The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA) is receiving exclusive images from key partners at NAOC in Beijing, comprising data from the Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope aboard Chang'e-3 operating on the surface of the Moon.

ILOA To Use Chang'e-3 Moon Lander Telescope For Galaxy Imaging

Chang'e-3 / Yutu Moon rover. Credits: CNSA

[ILOA Press Release 07.09.2013]

ILOA and Moon Express Unveil Worlds’ First Privately Sponsored Lunar Telescope

The ILO-X Lunar Telescope. Credits: Moon Express

[ILOA Press Release - 29.05.2013]
The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA), based in Hawai`i and led by American businessman and educator Steve Durst, today unveiled flight test hardware for the first private telescope that will be launched to the Moon in 2015. Designed and built under contract from ILOA by Silicon Valley-based Moon Express, Inc., the International Lunar Observatory precursor (ILO-X) will capture never before seen images of the Galaxies, Stars, Planets, Moon and Earth and be accessible to educators, researchers and the general public in a pioneering experiment to democratize access to space exploration.

ILO Dual Function Instrument Bound for the Moon Aboard Odyssey Moon Mission

Oddyssey Moon logo. Credits: Odyssey Moon

[Odyssey Moon Press Release - 22.08.2008]

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