The water and oxygen can be extracted from the regolia that it will be easier to spend time on the Moon in the future according to Argon groups. The research can also generate rocket fuel and future predators go into space.
"Using space resources is a key to sustainable exploration," said David Parker, ESA Director of Human Rights-Robotic Exploration.
Parker said that this study was part of the European Union's comprehensive plan to partner with Europe for a global expedition over the next decade.
The mission is to co-operate between Aerospace scientists and technicians in France, Germany, and Belgium. The project is currently under review to expect 64 rockets to be used in the next year to send the moon's mining equipment.