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Asteroid Mining

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Drew Heilman

on 2 December 2013

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Transcript of Asteroid Mining

The Basics
Scientists say that there are $1,000,000,000,000s of minerals and metals in the asteroids that pass nearby Earth.

Our corporation funds space missions to asteroids near Earth to mine iron, nickel, titanium, magnesium, water, platinum, and even gold.

Some resources will be used to sustain the astronauts, but most will be brought back to Earth to be sold as a product
The Process
First, we'll find investors to fund the initial research and subsequent missions.

Second, we'll launch satellites into near earth orbit to scan for asteroids that could have valuable resources.

Third, we'll launch robots to "rake" the surface with magnets to collect shallow metals.

Fourth, we'll sell the metals to fund more advanced missions with astronauts and deeper mining.
Business Structure
Corporately owned, privately traded

Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas

CEO Luke Tucker

COO Drew Heilman

CFO Nicholas Cage

VP Joe Biden
Bourn:
n.
1. a bound; limit
2. destination; goal
3. realm; domain

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