Category Archives: Space mining

Why Are We Going Back To The Moon On Helium-3?

ISRO Indian Space Research Organization’s plans to mine the moon for helium-3 (He-3), according to various news reports such as Hindustan Times, Financial Express, Deccan Chronicle and the Times of India. It is unbelievable how fast we are making this … Continue reading

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India Seeks to Power the World with Lunar Helium-3

In recent years, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has made tremendous progress. Among other things, they have developed cryogenic engines and had numerous successful rocket liftoffs. In fact, just this year, ISRO broke a major record. In February, they … Continue reading

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CHANDRAYAAN-2 To Hunt For Trillion-Dollar-Worth Helium-3 On Moon’s Surface

ISRO said Chandrayaan-2 will hunt for a waste-free nuclear energy that could answer many of Earth’s energy problems. After months of delay in its launch, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said that the country’s second moon mission — the … Continue reading

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India’s Space Mission To Search For Trillion-dollar Gas On Moon

The moon has plenty of Helium-3 fuel source, which is a trillion-dollar gas that is very rare on Earth, and India is set to hunt for this gas with its upcoming moon mission. India is planning to send a rover … Continue reading

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Why Are We Going Over the Moon on ISRO and Helium-3 All Over Again?

If we’re going to get excited about ISRO mining the moon for He-3, a fuel that could be used for nuclear fusion, it may be prudent to first produce surplus power from fusionable isotopes – a breakthrough that is still … Continue reading

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