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Miners moonward looking

TWO of Australia’s largest miners have set their sights on helping to deliver an Australian-made lunar rover.

Astronaut Eugene Cernan at the controls of Apollo 17's lunar rover.

Astronaut Eugene Cernan at the controls of Apollo 17's lunar rover.

Unlike the lunar rovers astronauts drove across the lunar surface, this version will be a remotely operated vehicle designed to collect lunar soil that will be processed to extract oxygen. So what would...

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