The only aspect that could deter space tourists is the high cost involved, because the estimated cost for a two-person lunar surface mission starts at USD1.
What does MSTART stand for?
MSTART stands for Mission Start
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of MSTART
- Master Aircraft Crewman Badge
- Michigan State Troopers Assistance Fund
- Maritime Superiority Technical Advisory Group (Navy advisory panel)
- MAGTF C4I Systems/Technical Architecture & Repository
- Manportable Surveillance and Target Acquisition Radar
- Medical Student Training in Aging Research (American Federation for Aging Research)
- MLRS Smart Tactical Rocket
- Moving and Stationary Target Acquisition and Recognition
- Master Army Aviator Badge
- Missile System To Attack Relocatable Targets
- Marine Safety Training and Assistance Team
- Master of Statistics (graduate degree)
- Member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
- Master of Statistics
- Malaysian Software Testing Board
- Mechanical Systems Testing and Balancing, Inc (Richmond, VA)
- Model State Trademark Bill (International Trademark Association)
- Molten Salt Thermal Breeder (nuclear reactor; Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
- Mosquito-Stage Transmission-Blocking (malaria vaccine)
- Multipurpose Science & Technology Building
Samples in periodicals archive:
Several questions spring up almost immediately: how wise is it to select astronauts 10 years before a mission starts through reality show casting?
A three-day monitoring mission starts today to assess the impact of Peel Holdings' pounds 5.
Basically, the mission starts with you, the leader, since you'll be held accountable for it.
Unlike most authors of books on congregational transformation, Russell serves an established denominational congregation rather than a new mission start and can address the gifts and struggles inherent in such a setting.
AFATDS' mission start and stop times established in the ASL will be the same mission start and stop times for the ASR.
His next mission starts today and this time he will examine how well plant and animal life has taken a fresh hold since a series of eruptions left the island coverted in lava and ash and forced islanders to flee their homes.
Laliberte, a former fire-eater and stiltwalker, is taking nine red clown noses into space -- one for each member of the ISS crew -- and has said he will not abandon his lighter side once the mission starts.