The ‘artificial moon dust’ that could help man live on the lunar surface and kickstart plans to mine asteroids

The ‘artificial moon dust’ that could help man live on the lunar surface and kickstart plans to mine asteroids An asteroid mining company has produced dirt that simulates the material found on an asteroid or the moon. The company, Deep Space Industries, recently delivered 3.5 gallons (13 liters) of the dirt to NASA. The simulated …