‘Rebooting’ the moon: the Artemis quest for sustainability

Earth’s moon is far from being a “been there, done that” world, notwithstanding a dozen Apollo short-stay visitors between 1969 and 1972. 

Today, our celestial neighbor could serve as homeland for a bevy of scientific and commercial interests, from cranking out made-on-the-moon oxygen and fuels to installing antennas that scan the heavens for signs of other technological civilizations. Lunar research can even surrender basic clues about the formation of our solar system, and Earth itself.

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