COULD THE MOON PROVIDE CLEAN ENERGY FOR EARTH?

NASA female Astronaut arriving back from space today apparently in good health after a record stay, Christina Kock called for more space travellers required to staff missions on the moon and to Mars.
How right she was. They will be needed to manage robotic boots on the moon ground mining for valuable deposits of helium-3, valuable not just for monetary value but to save Earth from its CO2 and global warming problems.
Previously and correctly seen only as problems with Tritium and deuterium, the focus has now moved to Helium-3 One of the moons deposits in unimaginable quantities and power. A 25-ton load in a spacecraft would power the US for a year. There are problems as it is a gas but it will be safe for unlimited power generation here.

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