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The Zybodian Earth and Universe Society humbly requests your assistance. Zybodia has only recently begun extensive funding of our space program, but we have made enormous strides. Even now, our probes send back data from many of the planets in our system, and our people are eager to send citizens into space. However, we are loathe to waste resources in developing technology already common elsewhere in the region, and therefore, we seek one or more nations willing to give us technology. We are especially interested in portable resource purification systems and a reusable landing gear, but have needs in other areas as well. If you have such technology and would be willing to offer it to us, please respond as soon as possible. Our Premier Public Servant J. F. Moone is eager to get these dealings underway before the end of his service.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

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Permission has been granted. Please choose the celestial body that you would like to settle, and I shall begin another topic witha map.

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With the recent assistance of the National Vinnlandic Space Association, and a thorough check to make sure all units were converted properly, ZEUS was able to successfully launch a ship destined for the moon. This trip is exploratory in nature, so no permanent structures will be left on the surface of the moon, except for a small plaque denoting the point of landing. Estimated landing position is approximately 42oN 15o W, near the northern end of the Sea of Rains.

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ZEUS's mission has been a resounding success. The four-person crew spent six days on the surface of the moon, exploring nearly 1000 square miles of the lunar surface, as well as bringing back numerous rock and soil samples. They also returned with hundreds of photographs, six sketchbooks full of pencil drawings, and a pet rock - presented as a gift to the Public Servants, and affectionately nicknamed "Loone". Plans are underway for another lunar mission. Landing site is yet to be announced.

In gratitude for their technological assistance and continued support, the Zybodian government has sent a small donation of 50 florins to the National Vinnlandic Space Association. Past Premier Public Servant J. F. Moone appeared on television to thank them personally for helping ZEUS progress so quickly.

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While The DR has very little to offer by the way of technology and funding, we do have land and cheap labor due to our low-value currency, which could be used to build manufacturing factories in our nation to supply your program.

It could be a win-win situation, you get parts and dont pay as much for it, we get much needed jobs and economic stimulus.

We leave it to be considered.

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