Astrobotic Technology, Inc. Sponsorship Overview. Contents 2: Price summary 3-4: Introduction Types of sponsorships: 5: Title 6: First Driver 7: Communications 8: Computing 9: Education 10: Video Co-Host 11: Payload 12: 3D experience 13: Photo/Video 14: Music 15: Art
Hospitality at Mission Control
“Skybox” at Mission Control to entertainprospects and show how sponsors’ products are used in Moon exploration
Time for sponsors and guests to remotely drive the rover on the Moon
Similar hospitality venues at events such as terrestrial field trials
Products and services showcased
Sponsor stories part of reality TV shows, documentaries, on-the-Moon telecasts
Additional visibility on Astrobotic Web site, merchandise (clothing, posters, etc.)
3D ride-film for theme parks and science centers runs for years after the landing
Prices commensurate with other sponsorships and the technical complexity of each option
Sponsors will receive category exclusivity.
Education, 3D and other sponsorships with variable fulfillment goals (number of scholarships, number of posters, number of 3D glasses) will have these costspaid by sponsor at Astrobotic cost plus 20% overhead, after sponsor approves the costs and the level of effort it desires.
Video rights for the Google Lunar X Prize are controlled by the X Prize Foundationunder rules still being formulated; if the final rules don’t suit Astrobotic and itssponsors, the company can still control the video rights to the Apollo 11 part of the Trek if it forgoes the bonus for visiting a historic site.
The Google Lunar X Prize rules require that 50% of any available logo space ona rover, lander and launch vehicle be reserved for Google and the X Prize Foundation.The percentages of logo space listed on the charts apply to the Astrobotic halfof the available logo space: “16% of Astrobotic’s logo space” is equal to 8% of the total logo space on the rover, lander and launch vehicle.
Meteorites in Antarctica
Senior Raytheonspace program manager; led major Defense acquisitions
Created comml.activities on theInternational Space Station
$2B experience in buying, selling and advising on transactions
Astronaut, former NASAAssociate Administrator
Former Chairman ofNew England Telephone
Paul Pelosi Jr.
Dr. Khalid Al-Ali
Leads NASA fundedprojects; led Qatar infrastructure dev.
Created Astrobotic Technology Inc.
- Surface data has high value immediately
- Robotic services will be high value indefinitely
- Astrobotic develops once and flies often
Logos are reversed so they will read correctly when seen via two mirrors above front wheels
Lindbergh’s Orteig Prizeleads to trans-oceanic airlines
Computer defeats grand master, leads to computer game industry
Ansari X Prize leads to Virgin Galactic space travel
Prize for robot mission spurs lunar enterprise
Athena II Booster
Vacuum chamber tests parts
Traction tested in simulated lunar gravity using counter-weighted boom
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