The Moon, nudged aside by U.S. policymakers in favor of a near-Earth asteroid as the next destination for human explorers, remains a focus for internationally sponsored missions and commercial entrepreneurs drawn to a deeper understanding of the celestial neighborhood as well as the prospect of profits from resources mined from the lunar surface. However, money from investors to nurture the latter, and politics to enable the former, remain significant near-term obstacles. ...
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