SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018

SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018
SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018 SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018 SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018 SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018 SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018 SPACE MINING 1OZ HIGH RELIEF SILVER ULTRA HIGH RELIEF ANTIQUED FINISH COIN 2018
Brand: Mint Of Poland
Product SKU: SpaceMining18
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Price: RM655.00
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Product Description

 

  • Metal : 999 Fine Silver
  • Finish : Antique finish & High relief
  • Each coin has two Real Chondrite meteorites NWA 869
  • Diameter : 38.61mm
  • Denomination (NIUE) : $1
  • Year of Issue : 2018
  • Extremely low mintage of 666 coins in the world
  • Weight :1 Troy oz
  • Wooden box with a color package
  • Effigy : Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • ​Country of Issue : Niue
  • Obverse: Depicts the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, country of issue and $1 denomination.
  • Reverse: Features a detailed space station extracting minerals from an asteroid, the chondrite insert.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Niue government.

This beautiful coin features a real chondrite meteorite insert and has a mintage of 666 pieces worldwide. A great coin for anyone dreaming of space exploration or collector. Add this 1 oz Antique Silver Space Mining Station coin to your cart today!


 

Asteroid mining is the exploitation of raw materials from asteroids and other minor planets, including near-Earth objects.
Minerals can be mined from an asteroid or spent comet then used in space for construction materials or taken back to Earth. These include gold, iridium, silver, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhenium, rhodium, ruthenium and tungsten for transport back to Earth; iron, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, aluminium, and titanium for construction.
Due to the high launch and transportation costs of spaceflight, inaccurate identification of asteroids suitable for mining, and in-situ ore extraction challenges, terrestrial mining remains the only means of raw mineral acquisition today. If space program funding, either public or private, dramatically increases, this situation is likely to change in the future as resources on Earth are becoming increasingly scarce and the full potentials of asteroid mining—and space exploration in general—are researched in greater detail. However, it is yet uncertain whether asteroid mining will develop to attain the volume and composition needed in due time to fully compensate for dwindling terrestrial reserves.

 

 








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