The European Space Agency (ESA) is working on an oxygen plant that can make breathable air out of simulated moondust. The aim is to one day use it on the Moon with actual moondust to, well, produce breathable oxygen.

“Being able to acquire oxygen from resources found on the Moon would obviously be hugely useful for future lunar settlers, both for breathing and in the local production of rocket fuel," said Beth Lomax of the University of Glasgow in an ESA press release.

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