The private space industry looks like it's here to stay, so some experts are calling for official rules on property rights
By Gregory Mone
Posted 05.19.2008 at 11:48 am 14 Comments
Sure, you can sign up for a little piece of property on the Moon, but the little certificate you get in return won't mean anything. Now that the space tourism industry is starting to heat up, though, a few space lovers are calling for a plan to truly open up the lunar real estate business.
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