Readiness Begins with Hope
The Readiness Institute at Penn State, in collaboration with Global Moonshots in Education, collected thousands of hopes from students, educators, and members of the global community from December 2020 through February 2021. We’re now sending those messages to the moon to create a lasting reminder that the hopes of today can become the reality of tomorrow.
If our hopes can make it to the moon, then our hopes can become true on Earth.
Sending Hopes to the Moon
The hopes that we’ve collected will be sent to the surface of the moon later in 2021 on the Peregrine Lunar Lander built by Astrobotic Technology, Inc., a space robotics company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Once your hope has been sent to the moon, every time you look into the night sky, you’ll be reminded of what it is that you’re hoping for and how your actions can contribute to the greater good of community and future readiness.
Bookmark this page and check back regularly for:
- mission updates from Astrobotic
- mission images and videos from Astrobotic
- information about the virtual launch party in 2021
Hope Moonshot Participant Certificate
Thank you to everyone who submitted hopes.
To commemorate your contribution, you can download the official Hope Moonshot Certificate of Participation (PDF), print it, and display it for everyone to see.
Our mission is to enable every person to reach their fullest potential.