Of or traveling between moons.
I'm (as far as I can tell) inventing the term interlunar to describe travel between moons in a single planetary system.
- Stars = Interstellar travel
- Planets = Interplanetary travel
- Moons = Interlunar travel (within the same planetary system)
- Asteroids = Interasteroidal travel (within the same asteroidal group, e.g. Trojans)
Normally I think the word "Lunar" implies Earth's Moon (Luna) but I think we can control this through capitalization (capital Luna = Earth's moon, small luna = any moon).
- Ignore life support requirements for the moment.
- Assume a technological civilization develops on one of the moons of Saturn.
What is the minimum level of rocketry technology (perhaps type of rocket capable of performing the task?) required to support a civilization that spans the breadth of Saturnian moon system?
If you can, try to equate that to a year of human technological development (e.g. liquid fueled rockets developed by Robert Goddard circa 1926).