“That’s why Colorado School of Mines decided it was time for students to learn how to tap celestial bodies for all they’re worth.”

World's first space resources graduate program

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Mon, Aug 20th, 2018 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

According to 5280, with space-mining operations believed to become a reality in the next few decades, the Colorado School of Mines is offering a space mining program where students will learn how to exctract resources in zero gravity.

Students will learn, among other interstellar secrets, how to capture the H2O embedded in the moon’s crust.

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