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Company Makes Millions Selling the Moon
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Company Makes Millions Selling the Moon

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Company Makes Millions Selling the Moon

Company Makes Millions Selling the Moon
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MoonEstates is a company that sells pieces of the moon for just under $40. In the past six years, MoonEstates has made more than $8 million selling lunar real estate.

Scott Simon talks with MoonEstates' Sue Williams.

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