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A complete guide to the future of the lunar economy

Ksusha Itwazcool for Quartz
  • Tim Fernholz
By Tim Fernholz

Senior reporter

Published Last updated on This article is more than 2 years old.

Insanity was once thought to be linked to the cycles of the moon. Today, you might diagnose moon madness if someone says they are building a transportation network to reach earth’s nearest astronomical neighbor. After all, the Apollo program already took humanity to the moon 50 years ago this July. Why go back? What would we find there? Who would pay for it?

Welcome to our field guide on humanity’s return to the moon. Check out other parts of our deep dive here.

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