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Information Resources

To restart the Space Program on the private sector side it will require information, technologies, and personnel from other companies, Some of these resources are in the form of books or papers written on topics of interest. The following list is a sample of what is available.

Resource Description
Clean Thermonuclear Power from the Moon (Univ of Wisconsin)
Lunar Source for 3He, Commercial Fushion Power (Univ of Wisconsin)
Lunar Bases and Space Activites of the 21st Centry (Lunar Planetary Institute)
Pioneering The Space Frontier I (National Comission on Space)
Pioneering The Space Frontier II (National Comission on Space)
Lunar Mining of Helium-3 (Univ of Wisconsin)
Quantities of Helium 3 on the Moon (European Space Agency)