Mining on the Moon
The Moon is rich with many different resources that are running out on Earth. Their abundance on the Moon can help the environment of our own planet and provide rare resources that can be used for future projects and discoveries.
For example the ability to mine Helium-3 could have a tremendous impact on Earth and the environment. Helium-3 is a clean, non-radioactive energy source that could potentially power nuclear fusion reactors. Theoretically, a relatively small amount could produce enough clean fuel to power entire industries, if not the entire planet.
The Moon does possess abundant raw materials that are of potential economic interest. The lunar surface rocks and soils are rich in potentially raw materials such as magnesium, aluminium, silicon, iron and titanium.
- Helium-3 can be used as fuel in fusion reactors
- Abundance of iron, aluminum, magnesium, titanium and silicon
- Takes about 3 days to land on the Moon
- Can be the first space colony humanity will create
Be the first private company on the Moon
Bring new resources to Earth
Unlock other possibilites
We believe that we can get to the moon in 2017 by partnering with other private companies and combining out resources
- Mining on the moon can boost Earths economy
- Reduce mining of non-renewable resources on Earth
- Start up colonisation of different planets