Planets arouse interest of commodity seekers
Not only the cancri e known as the diamond planet, which could also be made of sapphire, but other planets also lure with raw materials.
Space is the final frontier for resource exploration and exploitation. The comet between Mars and Jupiter known as Psyche 16 is famous. He is said to have enough gold so that every human being on earth could be a billionaire, with 83 billion euros each.
NASA is currently planning a mission to Psyche 16, which is scheduled to begin in 2022. In 2026, the mission would have reached the comet and could have started with detailed investigations. Psyche 16 was discovered as early as 1852 by an astronomer.
The possibility of mining water on the moon with the use in space, not on earth, is also seriously considered. According to a study conducted by a Canadian mining company, opportunities similar to the development of the Internet are expected here. Finally, the costs of space travel have also fallen sharply thanks to companies such as SpaceX (Elon Musk), Virgin Galactic (Richard Branson) and Blue Origin (Jeff Bezos) and they continue to decline.
About 700,000 asteroids are known, of which about 16,000 are relatively close to Earth and can be reached by space ships. The valuable raw materials are also usually found on the surface of the asteroids. As long as the mining of space raw materials is still pure planning, it is preferable to concentrate for the time being on the raw material companies that can demonstrate success on Earth.
Discovery Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKbvCYo6KAM - for example, owns the Cordero project (silver, gold, zinc, lead) in Mexico with 37,000 hectares of land. In addition, there are another 150,000 hectares of land (Coahui) in a large historic mining area, also in Mexico. Well financed, Discovery Metals can advance the exploration plans.
Auryn Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puN7UI1QvR0=16s - is also making good progress on one of its seven projects, the Curibaya project in southern Peru. Two newly acquired concessions have historically returned up to 23.6 grams of gold, 14.180 grams of silver and up to 13.5 percent copper per ton of rock. The main projects are the Committee Bay Gold Project (Nunavut) and the Sombrero Copper Gold Project in Peru.
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