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isaac-smith Isaac Smith|   Feb 23, 2021

Space Mining Data

How would I go about calculating the time it would take to mine some mineral (any mineral) off an asteroid or comet? I can do the math to calculate how far away an asteroid or comet is from earth and therefore how fast a spacecraft would need to be travelling to reach it…but this kind of math is pretty intensive for me and I don’t know much of anything about spacecraft. Is there a specific company or resource that calculates this kind of information?

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