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Helium-3 is a rare isotope on Earth, but it is abundant on the Moon. Scientists estimate there are about 1.1 million tons of helium 3 on the moon, enough to power the world for thousands of years. This isotope exists on the Moon down to a depth of several meter.

Researchers and space enthusiasts see helium 3 as the perfect fuel source: extremely potent, nonpolluting, with virtually no radioactive by-product. Helium 3 fusion energy may be the key to future space exploration and settlement," said Gerald Kulcinski, Director of the Fusion Technology Institute (FTI) at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Helium 3 could be the cash crop for the moon.

Current fusion reactions generally use tritium and deuterium, but these create bi-products that are difficult to contain and the energy loss associated with the reaction is great, often exceeding the energy that can be extracted. One solution to this problem is to use helium-3, an isotope that is the only stable element that has more protons than neutrons.

When you mix helium-3 and deuterium together, the reaction creates helium and a single proton, which is far easier to deal with than the alternatives.

Just for surfer and viewers price tag of helium 3 are as follows: Please do not forget to follow us in Tiktok 100kg equals to 220lbs of helium-3, worth about $140 million.

100kgs constitutes more than enough fuel to potentially power a 1000-megawatt electric plant for a year when fused with deuterium, the terrestrially abundant heavy isotope of hydrogen.

Fusion using helium-3 as fuel would change the world in profoundly beneficial ways. The great problem civilization faces are access to clean, affordable and reliable energy may solve forever. We need to be thankful to our almighty, The creator of the source.