Well, it's certainly something that needs to be put out in the public forum for further brainstorming, and I'm sure that there will be unforeseen long-term benefits from those discussions and the lateral thinkers involved . One of the most important cultural movements to be unintentionally generated by the space program was born from one unplanned spur-of-the-moment photograph. Earthrise is a photograph of Earth and some of the Moon's surface that was taken from lunar orbit by astronaut William Anders on December 24, 1968, during the Apollo 8 mission. In Life's 100 Photographs that Changed the World, wilderness photographer Galen Rowell called Earthrise "the most influential environmental photograph ever taken". Another author called its appearance the beginning of the environmental movement. Fifty years to the day after taking the photo, William Anders observed, "We set out to explore the moon and instead discovered the Earth." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthrise Edited.