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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently announced that it is willing to pay private companies that can collect dirt, rocks, and other minerals from the Moon. Companies that intend to sell lunar resources will need to provide proof that they have indeed collected samples by sending images and data to NASA. According to NASA, it is willing to buy samples that weigh between 50 to 500 grams for $15,000 to $25,000. The space agency will eventually retrieve the rock samples and bring them back to Earth. Through this initiative, NASA would like to set the norm for buying resources found on the Moon and other off-world locations. According to NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, the space agency wants to buy lunar dirt, rocks, and other minerals to show that it is possible to get resources from the Moon. He added that the move can become the first step in creating a marketplace for outer space resources, and the policies that will be put into practice during these transactions may pave the way for space exploration and further discoveries. NASA intends to utilize the lunar resources for its Artemis program, a space mission that aims to send the first woman and next man to the Moon by 2024. Through the Artemis program, NASA aims to make humans’ lunar travel sustainable by creating a prolonged presence on or around the Moon. Utilizing available resources on the Moon is an important part of the program’s goal because it will eliminate the need for NASA to send all resources that astronauts will need from Earth.