Earth’s future is in our orbit SM

Harvesting natural resources from space

Creating a Universal Economy

Unearthing a sustainable and prosperous future

As the first company to commercialize resources in space, Interlune will unlock unprecedented growth and innovation for the betterment of Earth and humankind.

Starting with Helium-3

The most valuable resource in space

Rare on Earth but plentiful on the Moon, Helium-3 (He-3) is in high demand across multiple large industries.


Quantum Computing

Used to reach nearly absolute-zero temperatures where quantum computers are housed. Extremely low temperatures reduce interference in calculations and increase their accuracy.


National Security

Used in the devices that detect nuclear materials and clandestine weapons at borders and ports.


Clean Energy

Wide availability of Helium-3 would make it a preferred fuel for fusion reactions, producing fewer higher energy neutrons than Tritium.


Medical Imaging

Hyperpolarized Helium-3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) enables lung imaging with unprecedented detail to treat diseases such as asthma and cystic fibrosis. Unlike computed tomography (CT) scans, this approach does not expose patients to additional radiation, making it a safer and more effective imaging technique.

In time, Interlune will harvest other resources such as industrial metals, rare Earth elements, and water to support a long-term presence on the Moon and a robust in-space economy.

Core Intellectual Property

Leaving no stone unturned

Interlune has developed novel machinery and processes to detect and extract natural resources from space and bring them back to Earth for the first time in history.

Smaller, lighter equipment can deploy in one launch

Requires 10X less power than other systems

Patent pending technology

Responsibility and Respect

We recognize that the Moon belongs to everyone. That’s why Interlune and its partners are committed to preserving and protecting the Moon while letting humankind benefit from its untapped resources.

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