As one might expect, getting to the Moon is an expensive task. If you are interested in supporting this endeavor with financial support, a launch and/or ride on a lander, or other in-kind donations please contact us!


Are you a part of a company or organization and interested in collaborating with GLEE? Join us in our mission to reach the Moon and bring the lunar surface to students around the world, making space accessible to everyone.


Are you an experienced Lunar Scientist? Is your expertise the design or fabrication of space hardware? If you are an individual expert interested in donating your time and talent, please let us know.


The GLEE program is free to all participating students and with that in mind, the materials, staff hours, and programmatics for such an endeavor have been estimated to be in the $5 million range, even without the launch costs. Monetary and in-kind donations will make this mission possible.  

About Artemis

Artemis is NASA's lunar exploration program. NASA envisions sending astronauts to the lunar south pole by 2024 and, in the process, landing the first American woman on the Moon. Through the Artemis program, NASA will use innovative new technologies and systems to explore more of the Moon than ever before and eventually establishing a permanent presence on the Moon. 

Artemis Student Challenges

NASA's Artemis Student Challenge focuses on inspiring the Artemis generation about this next step in space exploration. This program helps engage students in relevant science and technology projects to help prepare them for the future. 

You can be a part of the Artemis Student Challenge by participating in GLEE! Find resources above to get involved in various workshops. 

Learn more about the Artemis Student Challenge on NASA's website: