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Comment: Re:but then... (Score 1) 255

by bert33 (#32601642) Attached to: NASA Says Moon Has More Water Than Great Lakes
I believe the point is that the presence of materials on the moon is that they would be available for use in space missions using the moon as a jumping off point. Basically, the materials would not need to be launched from earth saving the energy otherwise required to get them to the level of lunar orbit.

It seems intuitively obvious to me, which means that it might be wrong. -- Chris Torek