Prior to entering the Google Lunar XPRIZE, team Plan B, spent a year investigating technologies to see if it's possible to successfully land a rover on the Moon. Since entering the competition in 2011, Team Plan B has logged 22,000 hours equating to $2.1 million and has been supported by 39 volunteers.

We have looked at numerous sophisticated approaches in sending a payload to the Moon. Take a peak at our technical website for a better grasp of our technologies, approach and team - ADOBRI SOLUTIONS LTD

 

Sergei Dobrianski

Sergei Dobrianski

Sergei Dobrianski - A programmer that doesn't take, "It can't be done" as a reasonable excuse for anything. Actually it's usually when he's told this that he figures out how it's going to be done, even if he has to teach himself rocket science to pull it off.


Alex Dobrianski - A mathematician, intensity and focus don't do this man justice. If there is something he's going to do he's already calculated how to do it before the next guy realizes it can be done.

Notable achievement - Wrote the emulator for the mainframe IBM 360 EC-1032 (cert. 38) for the Mazhaisky Space Academy.

Alex Dobrianski

Alex Dobrianski


Alex Ivanov

Alex Ivanov

Alex Ivanov - A physicist paired with a mathematician? The reason our success is inevitable? Our mathematician and physicist get along... The boundaries of time and reality are already bent in our favor.

Alex holds a Ph.D in Physics. He is also a business owner and entrepreneur.