I have been around since 1957. In that time, I have done many things and been to many places.
I have a BS and MS in Civil Engineering and an MBA. I have made a career of providing construction management services mostly to the rail industry throughout the U.S. Abroad, I have worked in Qatar, in the Middle East, which was truly an eye-opener to the world. On that note, I have travelled extensively, having visited some 40+ countries. And I am in the Italian Alps every year.
I enjoy life and stay active. My hobbies are numerous and varied. Just in this century they include martial arts, flying, wine making, and as noted above, travelling!
It is likely that in the coming decades there will be one or more active stations permanently located on the moon. And it is inevitable that a human life will be taken by another while people are living in these moon colonies. Will we be prepared for the first time it happens?
Moon Luck is the story of 30 astronauts living on the moon for extended periods. It is also the story of the astronaut-scientists and astronaut-explorers as they grow plants on the moon, explore and find mineral ores, carry out experiments and research, and develop animosities as well as close relationships. When one of the base’s senior members dies in what appears to be an accident, the story follows the trail to discover the actual perpetrator, leaving us with the question:
Is it murder if it happens on the moon?