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(CNN) -- Building a home near a moon crater or a lunar sea may sound nice, but moon colonists might have a much better chance of survival if they just lived in a hole. That's the message sent by an international team of scientists who say they've discovered a protected lunar "lava tube" -- a deep, giant hole -- that might be well suited for a moon colony or a lunar base.
Originally posted by '___'omino
too bad its already occupied
Originally posted by Larryman
Cost too much money - if using rocket technology for the mission.
Start with anti-gravity propulsion.
Originally posted by InertiaZero
Check out my link:Using moon dust for structures
I think this could drastically make it less expensive. Also, easier.