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Cost for Transporting to the Moon Dropped Fast
Since the Apollo Program in 1967, humans have not planned to land on the moon again. The reason is very simple--the moon landing is too expensive. However, with the highly marketized competition of space technology, the cost of sending materials to the moon is plummeting. And at least more than ten institutions around the world can send supplies to the space station or the moon. This area is no longer a challenge.
The top 10 aerospace companies: SpaceX, blue origin, Virgin Galaxy, Boeing, Lockheed, China Space, Russian Rocket Alliance... When we look at these ten aerospace technologies, the ark of the great voyages of man into the moon is ready.
Nowadays the cost of transporting each Kilogram of goods to the moon is $5,000. It means that a 500kg capsule will cost only $2.5m, which is barely the cost of an apartment in Shanghai. This opens up unprecedented opportunities for space habitation.