Lunar Realty in Melbourne, Australia, is selling one-acre blocks of property on the moon for $40 and 10-acre "lifestyle" blocks for $202. Businessman Paul Jackson bought the Australian rights to sell the land from Nevada-based entrepreneur Dennis Hope, who had registered a claim for the moon and planets with the United States, the Soviet Union, and the United Nations. Since 1980, two million people have purchased land on the moon.

Source: USA Today