Two Bangladeshi adolescents have gotten one section of land on the moon from a US-based association, Lunar Embassy Corporation, for just $55.
The two companions, SM Shahin Alam and Sheik Shakil Hossain, on Wednesday, got the land deed and a guide showing the area of their property on the outer layer of the moon.
Shahin Alam guaranteed they were the primary Bangladeshis to purchase a land parcel on the moon.
Previous US presidents George W Bush, Jimmy Carter, and the late Ronald Reagan likewise purchased land on the moon from a similar association, he said.
Shahin said he and his companion Shakil had wanted to purchase a plot of land on the moon in the wake of gaining from papers that it was plausible.
He said: “We purchased the land as a pastime. We couldn’t say whether it is appropriate for living there. Be that as it may, in the event that we get an opportunity to go there, we will most likely go.”
Sheik Shakil Hossain said: “The cost of a plot of land on the moon differs relying upon the area. We have purchased a more affordable land parcel.”
A section of land on the moon can cost from $24.99 to $499 contingent upon the area of the plot, he added.
As per Dennis Hope, top of the Lunar Embassy Corporation, the firm has sold land on the moon and different planets to a huge number of individuals since 1980.
Expectation began his own administration in 2004, which has an endorsed constitution, a congress, a unit of money — even a patent office.
The difficulty is that, lawfully, it’s not possible for anyone to claim the moon or whatever else in space, besides, Tanja Masson-Zwaan, leader of the International Institute of Space Law, revealed to National Geographic Channel in 2009.
“What Lunar Embassy is doing doesn’t give individuals purchasing bits of paper the right to responsibility for the moon,” she said.
The debate started in 1980 when Hope enrolled his case to the moon with the United Nations. The case went unanswered, so he calculated his privileges were gotten (National Geographic Channel).
Lawful specialists counter that the UN didn’t answer since it didn’t need to: The moon is unclaimable under the 1967 Outer Space Treaty, which has so far been endorsed by 100 UN part nations, including the US.