Space mining of minerals involves the study and commercial use of near-Earth objects (near-Earth objects, NEOs). These include several thousand asteroids, comets and large meteorites, whose orbit is in close proximity to the Earth, with a possible approach to it at a distance of up to 450 thousand kilometers.
It is assumed that many asteroids contain huge reserves of metals - iron, nickel, cobalt, tungsten and others. AIT is considering the possibility of organizing expeditions to these space objects in order to extract mineral resources there.
We are developing this project together with the largest companies that have experience and a proven track record of working in deep space.
Details coming soon.