The Moon's surface is covered in a layer of fine, powdery dust called regolith. It could be used for building structures, as a radiation shield
This rare isotope could potentially be used as a fuel for nuclear fusion reactors. Estimated price - trillions of $!
cerium, neodymium, and yttrium which are critical for many high-tech applications, are present on the Moon in higher concentrations than on Earth
These metals are abundant on the Moon and could potentially be mined and used for construction, manufacturing, and other purposes.
Iron, Titanium, and Aluminum
The Moon receives abundant sunlight, which could be harnessed to generate electricity through solar panels or other technologies.
Water ice has been detected in some areas of the Moon, particularly near the poles where it is permanently shadowed.