Moon-trip company raises $100,000
Last Updated: 17:02 September 3, 2013
The equity offering remains open, and it's unclear how much the company is looking to raise. The company cannot comment on private offerings.
Boulder-based Golden Spike launched last year, with the goal of offering commercial expeditions to the moon by 2020. The company contracted with Northrop Grumman to help design its lunar lander pods.
When the company launched last year, it believed it could send its first mission to the moon for between $7 billion and $8 billion, with ensuing missions costing about $1.4 billion.
The company believes there will be demand for trips to the moon from nations, individuals and corporations.
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