Robotic missions and rovers to scope out potential sites and resources. Then, prep the site for future crewed missions by laying out the foundations.
Use this time back on Earth to get more signatories, plan future missions and recruit crew.
FIRST CREWED MISSION
First crewed missions of 4-6 scientists, contractors, engineers, medic, and private astronauts. They will survey and document the lunar terrain for resources and heritage sites.
Foundational construction begins for ISRU resource extraction along with plans for a shared intra-lunar infrastructure.
EXPANSIONProvided the success of Phase 01, more crew and equipment will be sent to different mission sites. Likely candidates are North Pole, equator, and lava tubes. From there, crews will repeat the similar process of establishing the foundations of the base and conducting similar research.
By then, the first crew will begin expansion and develop ways to communicate and coordinate with the newer bases.
The moon is finally a self-sufficient economy with its own unique society.
Bases serve as a venue for future official diplomatic missions and serve as a connection between all the different entities operating on the lunar surface.
Through these missions, Pax Luna hopes to be the precedent for a governing body for future planetary settlements such as Mars and beyond.