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Precious metals like platinum are in abundance in asteroids.

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Vision for asteroid mining

After bits and pieces of information appearing over the past few weeks, the whole story to mine near-earth asteroids was revealed by Planetary Resources at a media conference in the US. The company intends to launch its first spacecraft within two years. Read more »
Before - the disused quarry that is to be a five star hotel complex.

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‘Groundscraper’ closer to reality

A five-star luxury hotel complex will be built in a disused 100m deep quarry pit at the foot of the Tianmashan mountain, 45 kilometres southwest of Shanghai, China. Preparations for the new development commenced in March. Read more »
Aaron Bonanno. Photo: Sydney Morning Herald.

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Take me to the moon

Basalt from a Kulnura quarry on New South Wales’ central coast is taking a young Australian university student to California to present his research at the American Society for Civil Engineers at the Earth and Space 2012 conference. Read more »
Processed Taconite pellets as used in the steelmaking industry, with a US quarter shown for scale.

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T is for Taconite

After visiting Sunset Crater last issue, Bill Langer reaches the T-junction of his whirlwind road trip of A-Z quarrying terms. Read more »

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