Lunar Research Institute

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The Lunar Research Institute was established by Doctor Alan Binder in 1996. The purpose of the institute is to conduct research on the origin, evolution, current state and resources of the Moon.

The goal of the Lunar Research Institute is to gain scientific knowledge about the Moon and technical knowledge, especially about lunar resources and their utilization, which can be used to support the future manned exploration and colonization of the Moon and to expand man's presence to other solar system bodies.

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Lunar Research Institute