On July 20, 1969, the United States’ Apollo 11 mission became the first manned vessel to land on the moon. In the time since, the US government, and a select number of private companies, have prioritized space exploration. Still, just six moon landings occurred in the last 50 years. The reason is simple: space exploration is costly, fraught with logistical challenges, and riddled with process inefficiencies. Blockchain has been seen world-wide as the answer to address many of these issues.
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