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Of all the achievements by mankind, nothing has had a greater impact on space exploration than colonization of Earth's moon LUNA.   Initiated by New Soviet Lunar colonization during the Eco-Crisis and continued by UNCA, Lunar colonization has done the most to make space not only accessible but nearly self-supportive.

Although Earth's moon is short on many basic elements it is rich with many construction minerals, particularly those used in modern composite construction techniques.   The satellite is also a surprisingly abundant resource for oxygen, mined from its rich and abundant surface regolithe and its poles continue to provide a valuable source of water.   Trade networks set up between Luna, Mars and the Asteroid Belts have ensured that nearly everything one needs to survive in space, can be supplied in space.

In 2184, Luna facilities became the primary processing and manufacturing partner in the building of each Lagrange Orbital Colony, the support of which continues to be Luna's primary economy.

Production of electronic equipment and other items are best produced in vacuums.   These processes are achieved far easier and with much greater quality control on Luna than they would be on Earth or even in Earth's orbit.   As such there is a heavy presence of high tech manufacturing on Luna.   Indeed most of the Lunar Bases are sponsored, if not entirely controlled by, UNCA Corporate members.

And transport of even the heaviest processed product from Luna's surface is a snap thanks to the 1/6th gravity.

1: MARE LUMINA (New Soviet/Glavcosomos/Tepu) [Mare Moscoviense crater - FARSIDE]
2: DIATOSHOWA LUNA (Nistar/Astio/Rigel/Taiko) [Cruger crater near Lacus Aestatis]
3: ARMSTRONG BASE (Magellan/Rigel/BoeMac/NASU) [Armstrong crater in Mare Tranquillitatas]
4: LUNACITY (Hartwell/EuroStar/Rigel) [in Oceanus Procellarum near Reiner crater]
5: MARXGRAD (New Soviet/Glavcosmos/Tepu) [near Rima Goclenius between Gutenberg and Lubbock craters]
6: COMMONWEALTH STATION (Rigel/Austar/Kert) [near Vallis Alpes and Montes Alpes NE of Mare Imbruim]
7: MARKOV LUNAR TRAINING BASE (UNSC/Anex/Magellan/Rigel) [Markov crater]
8: SANTOS-DUMONT STATION (Anex/Ricosmos/Kert) [Clavius crater]
9: JULES VERNE STATION (Grand/EuroStar/Kert) [Jules Verne crater - FARSIDE]
10: PENGUIN STATION (UNSA/Kert) [between Amundsen and Scott craters - South polar region]