What uranium can do
In 1954, the USS Nautilus, the world's first nuclear submarine, was launched in Groton, Connecticut. It was the largest nuclear-powered submarine at the time and it could stay underwater virtually indefinitely and had a higher speed than other submarines. It was also the first submarine to reach the North Pole, known as Operation Sunshine. The Nautilus was in service for 25 years and covered almost 500,000 miles. The name Nautilus is a tribute to Jules Verne. "20,000 leagues under the sea", who doesn't know the work of Jules Verne, the Nautilus made 10,000 nautical miles under water, thus about 20,000 miles. In 1980 it became a museum.
Nuclear power plants have been used in submarines and aircraft carriers for decades. And new applications for space can lead to new applications for technologies at home. Nuclear power offers greater efficiency in rocket propulsion. NASA, for example, is also testing a reactor that could fly into space. To conquer space, special energy sources are needed. After all, on the moon, for example, the nights last two weeks; solar panels don't help much.
Today, nuclear power plants provide energy worldwide. The world's population is growing and the energy supply is still insufficient in certain regions. The decisive factor of nuclear energy is its climate friendliness. Since it is the focus of many large economies, a rosy future is predicted for uranium and thus also for the uranium companies. Uranium companies include Uranium Energy - youtu.be/C7zggQnJOTI and IsoEnergy. In the famous Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, IsoEnergy - youtu.be/tPkBdRV_lew owns uranium projects, including the Laroque East property. This includes the high-grade Hurricane zone. Uranium Energy has a strong portfolio of projects, some permitted. These include the largest ISR project currently under development in the US.
Current company information and press releases from IsoEnergy (www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/iso-energy-ltd/) and Uranium Energy (www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/uranium-energy-corp/).
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