You need some more money to finance your rocket designs.
Develop a commercially available flamethrower, but pretend it's something else.
You have chosen to go through with it. The public has started buying plenty of flamethrowers, but they're also calling you out for lying.
This has cost you 1 PR Point, but you've gained $2 million.
Shoot an electric car into space to demonstrate your proficiency in rocket engineering and put on a good show for the public.
You've gained 5 PR Points but spent $3 million on the car & rocket.
The public thinks you're crazy - you've lost 1 PR Point but gained $1 million in donations from conspiracy theorists.
Travel the globe shopping for old ICBMs that can be re-used to power your rockets.
You failed to strike a deal and lost 2 PR Points, but you gained $2 million on foreign funding during the trip.
Appear as yourself on a variety of television comedies and cartoons, and then make some promotional rounds on a couple of talk shows.
You've gained 3 PR Points for your efforts but also lost $1 million due to your brief neglect of running your space program to make these appearances.
Sacrifice much of your good reputation to use various tax loopholes and write-offs in order to get some quick budget money - and don't even hide it.
The public hates you - you've lost a whopping 7 PR Points, but simultaneously gained $10 million in tax returns.
Aggressively attack and then buy out one of your rivals in the Mars space race, absorbing their assets.
You've lost 1 PR point due to all the bad blood, but gained $2 million in assets from your now-formal rival.
Develop plans for commercial spaceflight to kick up public interest in your success.
The public wants to vacation on the moon! You've gained 3 PR Points but spent $1 million on the new commercial spaceflight program.
Take on a government contract in secret to adapt your rocket designs to missiles in exchange for funding.
Word got out - you've lost 1 PR Point but gained $2 million in federal funding.
Publicly reveal your incredibly detailed plans to colonize Mars, gaining 2 P.R. Points and a $1 million donation from an anonymous patron.
Funnel money into research on terraforming Mars, with the intent of recruiting scientists for your cause.
You've gained 3 PR Points and the respect of the scientific community, but you spent $4 million on the research.
Launch several advanced probes to Mars, gaining valuable insight into the planet's orbit and the time it takes to get to it.
You've gained 5 PR Points and massive respect from the scientific community, but you've also spent $5 million on this costly endeavor.
Take the time to navigate and map a small field of asteroids in exchange for money from NASA but at the same delaying your existing plans.
You've gained $2 million from NASA for the mapping data but lost 1 PR Point due to the public disappointment over the delays.
Launch a cutting-edge probes to Mars, bringing back high definition images of the planet's surface back to Earth.
You've gained 3 PR Points from the adoring public and scientific community, but spent $3 million on developing and launching the probe.
Unveil a new type of rocket engine, getting you $5 million in donations and 5 PR points.
Budget, plan, and exceute a mission to land on one of Mars's moons, Phobos.
You've done it! Your successful landing on Phobos has cost you $5 million but gained you 7 PR Points for orchestrating this historic moment.
Save some money by delaying the timetable of your Mars mission plan.
You've gained $5 million in savings but lost 2 PR Points from the public disappointment.
Pause your Mars mission to stop and mine asteroids for precious metals, increasing your budget.
You've gained $4 million from selling off the metals but lost 2 PR Points due to the delays.
Pump millions into equipment that can test for liquid water on Mars.
You've gotten close to locating water, gaining 5 PR Points, but you've also pumped $7 million into the project.
Announce a project to clean up leftover space junk on your way to Mars.
You've gained 2 PR Points from an appreciative public but lost $2 million in budgeting the project.