Now, everyone can be part of our truly planetary project!

When you want to take care of our planet and want to commit yourself to our project (saveourplanet.info), but do not have so much money, that is no problem at all: you can donate from 1 CHF on via the crowdfunding platform.

If that would still be too much, or if you only have Paypal to use, we of course welcome your commitment equally. Now this platform does not allow Paypal, but we know a good and totally reliable guy, who runs ASPAST in Peru (those are 30.000 astrobiology fans), Octavio Chon his name. His paypal: https://www.paypal.me/OctavioChonTorres He will note down your names and collect your microdonations and transfer them to the project in a bunch from time to time. And ALL of your names will be mentioned on the website (at least), under a very nice title even, which is “STARDUST”. Because, we a re all…

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Comment by Andreas Losch on March 22, 2018 at 2:34pm

...and if you do not have so much money, maybe only your two cents (or 1 or some), that doesn't matter: you can still be part of the project, if you transfer it to Octavio (please not too much), your name will be mentioned as STARDUST on the project' internet page.

(There is also another STARDUST category on the platform, but that's for European guys with not so much money, don't worry)

Comment by Andreas Losch on March 21, 2018 at 8:33pm

And by the way, there is more. Any excess money in the project, we agreed on that, will go to  a developmental project outside Switzerland. More to be revealed.

& You will oc get your money back if the project fails.

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