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Mining - Atomic Rockets

Of main interests to us is the use of mining as a part of in-situ resource utilization, that is: making it easier to industrialize and colonize space by removing the need to pay the sky-high delta-V cost of lugging raw materials up Terra's gravity well.

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INTRODUCTION TO MINING - Ciência Viva

1 INTRODUCTION TO MINING 1.1 MINING'S CONTRIBUTION TO CIVILIZATION Mining may well have been the second of humankind's earliest endeavors— granted that agriculture was the first.

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Asteroid mining - Wikipedia

Asteroid mining is the exploitation of raw materials from asteroids and other minor planets, including near-Earth objects.. Minerals can be mined from an asteroid or spent comet, then used in space for construction materials or taken back to Earth.

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A Forecast of When We'll Run Out of Each Metal - Visual ...

A Forecast Of When We'll Run Out of Each Metal. Here is one interpretation of when we'll run out of each metal or energy source. While the technicalities of some of this information can be debated, I think the general theme runs the same.

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The lithium supply and demand story | MINING.com

Why lithium? Great question. In my opinion, it's simultaneously the simplest and most complex metal. Lithium's 'simplicity' comes from the fact that it's been used in industry for quite some time ...

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Ezili Danto.com | Oil in Haiti

Going Shopping in Haiti ***** "...So, people-to-people, we ask assistance, to expose the neocolonial and psychological warfare that widely and consistently circulates the falsehood that Haiti is more violent and bloody than all other nations in the Western Hemisphere.

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Spilpunt: Congo (Kinshasa)

Key Minerals The Copperbelt area (estimated to contain 55.5m tonnes of copper and 3.6m tonnes of cobalt), which runs through Katanga contains 34% of the world's cobalt resources and 10% of the world's copper resources, and during the 1960s and 1970s the DRC was the world's leading producer of these metals.

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English-Mines - Mining Artifacts

It wasn't until the 18th Century and the invention of machine driven pumps, that Cornish tin mining became a truly capitalist concern. Mine shafts inevitably dropped below water level, so prior to this date, shallow mining was the only way to extract the tin and copper from the ground.

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Gold-Net Australia Online - October 1999

3. THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME - Part 5 by Jim Foster. Time was running out.We had only two weeks left to find as much gold as possible before we would be forced to leave this magical country.

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Open-pit mining - Wikipedia

After mining finishes, the mine area may undergo land rehabilitation.Waste dumps are contoured to flatten them out, to further stabilise them. If the ore contains sulfides it is usually covered with a layer of clay to prevent access of rain and oxygen from the air, which can oxidise the sulfides to produce sulfuric acid, a phenomenon known as acid mine drainage.

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