Even though it has been more than 50 years since people have visited the Moon, US specialists are already organizing public transportation for when we get back.  

The US Department of Defense has endorsed the concept, which is a component of a bigger initiative to develop new technology that will support long-term economic growth on the moon.  

The business was one of 14 that participated in the LunA-10 research conducted by the US government to generate concepts for expanding economic activity beyond of Earth's atmosphere.  

In addition, concepts for building the road with robots—which will also run the system—are being investigated.   

Chris Adams, vice president and general manager of strategic space systems at Northrop Grumman, said: ‘This investment in key developmental research keeps our technology 

When Gene Cernan reentered the Apollo 17 capsule on December 19, 1972, it was the last time that humans had set foot on the Moon.   

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German scientists were thinking about using massive lasers to melt lunar soil into a solid material in order to create landing pads and paved roads on the moon.   

The planned lunar railroad network might help the US and its allies develop a space economy by moving people, goods, and resources over the lunar surface   

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