Rohstoffe

US-Firma will auf Asteroiden bohren – und viel Geld machen

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Die US-Firma Deep Space Industries will Rohstoffe aus Asteroiden holen und Milliarden verdienen. Das interessiert besonders Luxemburg.

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Wem gehören die Rohstoffe im All?

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