What ?? 16 Billion People can live on the Moon for 50,000 years , know how is it possible :

16 Billion People can live on the Moon.


Many Scientists are trying to find out if Humans can live on the Moon , along with Mars Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are trying to find if humans can live on moon too .

Moon is the natural Satellite of Earth . People have been looking on moon for so many years and have been wondering if we can actually live there .

Jeff Bezos from Blue origin and Elon Musk from SpaceX are trying whatever they can to find out and also to make it possible for humans to live on the moon and also on Mars , which is the planet nearest to the earth .

The atmosphere of Satellite is extremely thin, made up of hydrogen, neon, and argon. The satellite also has lots of oxygen, just not in the form we’re used to.

Unlike the gaseous form we breathe in on Earth, the oxygen on Earth is trapped inside regolith, a layer of rock and dust from which the Moon’s surface is made.Turns out, this oxygen can sustain a human colony of 16 billion people for over 50,000 years!

This is actually a very good news and to this news has raised the hope and dream of so many people that one day we can actually live on the satellite.

To access the oxygen on Moon’s surface, a lot of energy needs to be put in. Electrolysis – the process of passing current would help unearth oxygen on Moon. A byproduct of this process would be aluminium.

Hope one day from the regolith of moon we can extract oxygen and we will be able to live on the moon or even better take care of earth in such a way and make this planet a wonderful place and keep growing plants , then we will not need to go on another planet like mars or moon and we will be able to live on the earth itself.

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