Opportunities in space
It is estimated that the space tourism market will reach many billions of dollars annually by 2029. An interesting thing. No less interesting is the question of raw material extraction in space. Many asteroids contain metals such as platinum, nickel, iron, rare earths, but also gold. The extraction of raw materials on distant celestial bodies is still a dream of the future, but there are enough ambitious efforts.
Asteroids, meteorites and comets can contain considerable amounts of precious metals. There are also metals of the iron-platinum group and many non-metallic elements such as phosphorus or sulphur. Technologies and infrastructure are still a long way from being able to economically complete the extraction of raw materials in space. In the end, it will probably be a matter of time.
So the extraction of commodities is still concentrated on our planet and there are some well-positioned commodity companies that present themselves as investment opportunities for investors. One might think of Revival Gold or Orsu Metals.
Orsu Metals - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298821 - focuses on the Sergeevskoe Gold Project in the Russian Federation, which is 90 percent owned. The property covers an area of 7.6 square kilometres. Numerous gold deposits were discovered here in the 1950s and 1960s. According to Orsu Metals, a preliminary economic assessment will soon be published.
Revival Gold's - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298883 - main projects are the Beartrack Gold Project, which previously produced gold, and the adjacent Arnett Gold Project, which covers 2,377 hectares. The growth-oriented gold exploration and development company also holds a 51 percent interest in the advanced Diamont Mountain phosphate project in Utah.
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