UK Company In Breakthrough To Turn Moon Dust Into Oxygen


It has been a long sought after objective to have oxygen resources on the moon. Consequently, this serves two purposes the first is cost. It is costly to carry resources required to the earth’s satellite. The second is to make it possible for the moon to be inhabited by humans. Now a company in the UK has made a breakthrough that promises to turn the moons dust into oxygen. The residue will be a metal substance that can be used to build habitats. This is a major breakthrough and has two major agencies willing to back this initiative. They are also seeking how they are to achieve this objective through mandates they have already received.

The two major agencies have been busy handing out contracts with their affiliates and partners to achieve their objectives. This company therefore has received a contract for their breakthrough.

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Anthony is an Astronomy Editor for Jupiter Today. And yes, he gets horoscope charts requests all the time. Anthony became fascinated with Space ever since he read about the “Wow!” signal back in the second grade. Everything escalated in the most classic way: telescopes in the attic, collection of Space atlases, the astronomy club presidency in school and finally — a degree in Cosmology from Lancaster University. During his residency in Lancaster, UK Anthony would spend approximately 300 days a year traveling, attending conferences, and interviewing the world’s finest astrophysicists for American Constellation, Simply Science, Magellan Bulletin, and GEO Today. Anthony also absolutely loves the “Oh, you know Astronomy? Make me a horoscope chart!” request. It’s a classic.


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