is a two decades old tradition that began with issue #1 in December, 1986 as the
newsletter of Milwaukee Lunar Reclamation Society L5 (prior to the
merger of the former L5 Society and the former National Space
|Sense in which we use the word "Reclamation"|
Read "M" is for "Mole"
- The wellspring of inspiration that continues to fuel MMM articles
comes from a personal experience that is described in issue #1.
is published ten times a
year (except January and July)
December 2008 issue, #221, marked our 22nd anniversary.
|MMM now serves several other participating NSS chapters
across the country, as well as the Moon Society,
since issue # 90 in November 1995
|Circulation is international.
|The editor from the beginning has been Peter Kokh [9/2003 photo]
|Most issues deal with the opening of the Lunar frontier,
suggesting how pioneers can make best use of local
learn to make themselves at home.
Some of the points made will relate specifically to pioneer
life in the lunar environment.
|But much of what will hold for the Moon, will
also hold true for Mars and for space in general. We have one Mars theme issue each year, and
are discussed: Space Settlements, Main Belt and near Eath asteroids, Europa (Jupiter), Titan (Saturn), even
the cloud tops of Venus and torrid Mercury. We have even had articles on attractive extra-solar destinations.
The Moon Society Journal:
|The four page
centerfold section of each issue of Moon Miners' Manifesto is reserved
for the use of the Moon Society. LRS member are free to belong or not
to belong to the Moon Society. Local (Milwaukee/SE Wisconsin) members
of the Moon Society operate as:
Society Milwaukee Outpost
Submissions are not
|email preferred to email@example.com
paste text into the body of the email message or attach an MS
Word or Text Document or pdf file
[handwritten letters will not be read]
MMM, c/o Peter Kokh
1630 N. 32nd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208
|Copyrights of individual articles remain with the
author. Permission to republish is granted to NSS chapters in good
standing. Permission is otherwise granted upon request, with the
receipt of courtesy copy.
|Submission deadline for
the following month is the 20th of each month for expected items, and
the 15th of each month for unexpected contributions.
collating, folding, stapling, trimming, mailing
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Back Copies - We are not keeping back copies and have embarked on the MMM Classics Project instead
PROJECT - free downloads|
|We have begun a new publishing
venture, in pdf format only -- republishing the classic and
non-time-sensitive articles from the earlier years. |
|The Classic Articles from December 1986 to November 2005, Volumes
1-20, "The First Twenty Years" are now online. |
|Each January another issue of the
Classics will be published, keeping 3 plus years behind the current
issue, to encourage subscriptions|
|NEW May 2009 - MMM Glossary |
of New Words and Old Words with New Meanings
Subscriptions to MMM can be
A membership benefit
in the Moon Society
or in the participating
NSS chapters, according to their respective dues. These
groups are given discounted rates, and other NSS chapters as well as
non-NSS societies with a compatible focus are welcome to share our
newsletter. Address all inquiries to the editor.
individual subscriptions: $12
"Lunar Reclamation Society"
P.O. Box 2102
Milwaukee, WI 53201-2102
to PDF electronic copies of MMM
We began producing pdf
versions of Moon Miners' Manifesto with the May 2001 Moon Miners'
They are only available to Moon Society
members on a special
password accessed web page
If you are a
member of another chapter, or of a non-NSS organization with a
compatible focus, and would like to receive MMM
as a membership benefit, have your officers contact us.
of National Space Society Chapters:
MMM is a membership benefit for members of the Moon Society,
as well as for members of the following participating chapters of the National Space Society:
Other Proposed MMM
Papers online that combine MMM articles by
specific topic and which will give you a good taste and feel for what
MMM is all about.
These papers have been moved from the
Lunar Reclamation Site to