How much does it cost to live on the moon?
In 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins made history by being the first humans to land on the moon and safely come back to earth.
Forty-five years later, that “one small step of man, one giant leap for mankind” signaled more innovations for outerspace living, such as the establishment of a human settlement in Mars via this one-way trip to the red planet, and Japan’s construction of the first billboard on the moon.
But how much exactly will it take for people to live on the moon? Find out through this infographic by BuddyLoans, a US-based lending company.
Keep in mind that the US dollar to Philippine peso exchange rate is $1 = Php 44.09, and then do the math.