The French product designer Oscar Lhermitte has a mission. He wants to see the stars at night, even in a brightly lit like London where he lives. So he built a constellation of stars to put up in a park in order to star gaze whenever he wants.
This week, stargazers around the world enjoyed the rare spectacle of a super blue blood moon. But what if the moon were no longer just a celestial body admired from afar, but another frontier in our quest for resources?
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