Almost 2 Years after it rolled out into a broadcast orbit all over the globe, “Space Dealers” has landed in the U.S. The reality TV show, which follows the developments of 3 space memorabilia NASA-obsessed sellers, started streaming in the U.S. and the U.K. on Netflix this week. The 6-episode series, made by WAGTV, first aired couple of years ago in Australia and has in the interim been seen all over Russia and Europe.
“The space race has started again,” WAGTV claims, defining the show. “‘Space Dealers’ Torie Lazaros, Larry McGlynn, and Cole Sommers travel the up and down of the U.S. to vie for, buy, track down, and flip the most fascinating and rarest items ever to have left, and then arrived again to Earth.” “For the correct cost, the leading space dealers of the America will trade you everything and anything that the women and men with the correct stuff’ have employed on their brave voyages in space,” claim the producers.
On a related note, a meteorite that is one of the Moon’s largest pieces ever put up for auction was traded online by a US auction firm located in Boston. The Moon rock, having a weight of almost 12 Lb (5.5 Kg), was discovered in 2017 in a distant area of Mauritania. It is believed to have dropped to Earth hundred of centuries ago.
Its composition and big size are very extraordinary. It fetched almost £380,000 (almost $500,000) when it gone for auction at RR Auction. “It is one of the most essential meteorites accessible for purchase anywhere in the globe now”, the firm claimed to the media. It is composed up of 6 elements, with the biggest piece having a weight of almost 3 Kg, and boasts half-done fusion crust. The crust is a coating generated by the high temperature that burns the rock as it travels the atmosphere.