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spacerAsteroid Mining Venture Backed by Google Execs, James Cameron Unveiled 
A newly unveiled company with some high-profile backers including filmmaker James Cameron and Google co-founder Larry Page is set to announce plans to mine near-Earth asteroids for resources such as precious metals and water.

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In the wake of last year's space shuttle retirement, NASA is working with commercial space companies to develop private space taxis to carry cargo and astronauts to the International Space Station. 
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spacerHow Asteroid Mining Could Work (Infographic) 
The new company Planetary Resources, Inc., is backed by a team of billionaire investors and luminaries like filmmaker/explorer James Cameron with a single goal: to mine near-Earth asteroids for precious resources like rare metals and water ice.
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