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    Arch Foundation Will Send Wikipedia Archive to Moon

    Check out the bibliotech. The nonprofit has announced plans to send Wikipedia’s entire English archive, as well as the Rosetta Project’s archive of human languages, to the moon for posterity. The millions of pages of information will be etched onto sheets of metal thinner than a human hair, enclosed in a package the size of a CD. Arch co-founder Nova Spivack called it “a great gift to archaeologists in the future.” The archive will be launched in 2020 by Astrotobic, which aspires to be the first lunar delivery company.

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