Goddard Moonbase was a research installation on the surface of Luna, constructed on reference stardate -1/98.

History and specifics[edit | edit source]

One of the first large-scale international space projects, it initially provided facilities for space research and industry, and accommodations for seventy. It underwent the first of a series of expansions on stardate 0/04. (TOS reference: Spaceflight Chronology)

In 2028, Goddard Moonbase played host to a professional-level tennis tournament. Melody Sawyer was the second-seeded player in the semifinals of this competition. (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky)

In Spaceflight Chronology, the years of 1998 and 2004 were used as the dates of the construction and expansion, respectively. Since real world colonization of space has not occurred as speculated in that volume, the dates here have been converted to reference dates to present the contradiction in an ambiguous manner.

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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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