China's Chang’e 5 return capsule begins trip home, carrying moon rocks back to Earth from space

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I’m sure the Chinese space program hasn’t given it any thought, but it will be interesting to see what happens to these samples once the research is done, given that the market value of moon dust to date has been north of $2,000,000,000/kg.

Screw it. I won’t pay a penny over $1,995,000,000/kg

Moon rocks are cheap. It’s the delivery that’ll kill you

Fuckin’ Ebay every time…

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