The moon is harboring billions of dollars' worth of Helium-3, a critical component for nuclear fusion. India’s space agency wants to be the first to mine it.
The infant space program says it will "definitely" land on the moon by 2020.
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“We are now free to set sail as explorers to Earth's eighth continent, the moon, seeking new knowledge and resources to expand Earth's economic sphere for the benefit of humanity."
California-based Moon Express wants to start staging missions as soon next year. It would be the first time anybody who is not a national government sends a craft to the moon.
Wish our Arabidopsis friends luck.