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Farside Moonbase was an Earth outpost established on Luna in the 21st century.

History and specifics[]

On reference stardate 0/04, the facility began operations. Its specialization was in astro-telemetry, using massive radio telescopes for long-distance observation.

On reference stardate 0/05, Jules Ashworth was born there. He was the first Earth child born in space.

On reference stardate 0/29, radio telescopes at Farside Moonbase 2C detected the first extraterrestrial communications ever heard by Humans, intelligent signals coming from 15,000 light years away in the direction of Sagittarius. The transmission would not be deciphered until the advent of duotronics. (ST reference: Spaceflight Chronology)

Personnel[]

  • Jules Ashworth
  • Rita Ashworth
  • Weldon Ashworth
  • Hans Hovendaal
  • Salvatore Marciano

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the moon Luna
cities and settlements Aldrin CityAndersenArmstrong CenterArmstrong CityCopernicus CityDanaeDeslandresFarside MoonbaseGoddard MoonbaseKeplertonLandauLorentzLuna 2Luna CityLunar One ColonyMorlockNew BerlinNew ChicagoNew CleavelandNightsideOceanviewRelativityTycho CityWest Lorentz UFP emblem image. Earth emblem image.
landmarks and institutions Aldrin City Archives AnnexApollo BowlClavius MinesCollins AmphitheatreCopernicus Ship YardDisneymoonHadley Rill HospitalHiBeam Energies LimitedKashishowa StationBase OneLuna repair baseLunadromeLunar Base 3O'Hare Rocket PortTranquility BaseTranquility ParkUFP Aerospace Museum-Smithsonian AnnexUniversity of Luna
bodies of water Lake ArmstrongLake KaneLake Kennedy
geography Clavius CraterD'Alembert CraterEinstein CraterFra MauroGagarin CraterH.G. Wells CraterHartzprung CraterJanssen CraterKorolev CraterLaserton NorthLorentz CraterMare AustraleMare CrisiumMare FecunditatisMare FrigorisMare HumorumMare ImbriumMare MoscovienseMare NubiumMare OrientaleMare TranquillitatisMendeleey CraterMilne CraterOceanus ProcellarumPlank CraterSchickard CraterTycho Crater

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