From the Russians' attempt to colonize the Moon to eccentric plans for Mars.
- The longest anyone has ever stayed on the Moon is 75 hours.
- Helium-3 is rare on Earth but can be processed from Moon soil, to provide huge amounts of energy.
- Processing Helium-3 is a complex job, and people would need to live on the Moon long term.
- Scientists have found a way to turn Moon dust into water, which could sustain a human colony on the Moon.
The longest anyone has ever stayed on the Moon is 75 hours.
But over 40 years after Neil Armstrong took his first step, new research into a rare isotope called Helium 3 may bring about one of mankind's dreams - living on the Moon.
Helium 3 is rare on Earth, but is deposited ...
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