NASA Aims To Open Moon for Business

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: June 25, 2006   View Article

For-profit space business is “critical” to any moon-mission plans, according to NASA under the Bush Administration.

But how do you make money on the moon?

According to experts, there are spaceships to build, moon metals to mine, and energy resources to harness. Not to mention movies to make, low-gravity games to create, and advertising to sell.

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