'Lunar Library,' Containing Archive Of Human Civilization, On Its Way To The Moon
A civilization backup the size of a computer disk is on its way to the moon. The “Lunar Library,” created by the Los Angeles-based Arch Mission Foundation, blasted off aboard an Israeli spacecraft in February 21. It contains tens of thousands of books, images, and the entire English language Wikipedia. Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Nova Spivack, the co-founder of the Arch Mission Foundation.
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