Freelance Report: Moon-Landing Anniversary Race

Freelance Report: Moon-Landing Anniversary Race

By Black-Bart | Galnet News

Jul 18

The historical re-enactment society Ex Luna Scientia has partnered with the Buckyball Racing Club to organise a commemorative race celebrating the 1,333rd anniversary of the first landing on Earth’s Moon.
The Fly Me to the Moon race will run from the 19th to the 21st of July and will start at Lem Dock in the Chaac system. The finish line is at Moon Prospect in the Turot system, where participants will compete in surface racing in their rovers.
The race is open to everyone, from regular Buckyballers to first-time racers. The race committee has suggested that, due to the risks involved, all participants take out full insurance coverage.
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mutesquash67283 20 July, 2016

So I’ve read, and yet I’m at Lem Dock and there isn’t a single clue as to how to sign up for this race, when it starts if it’s multiple events over the three days etc. can someone please tell how to enter, been here once already yesterday, been to the moon base also. Sounds like a good event, hope i’m not missing it because I’m Xbox one user or something stupid like that. some help and guidance in this matter would be much appreciated.

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