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Audi 3D Print a Rover Which Will Travel Across the Moon

January 27, 2016

When Apollo pilots, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, landed on the moon in July 1969 and took their first steps on its surface, they began an era of space exploration for mankind. Since then, however, lunar exploration has largely been neglected by government organizations. In 2007, XPrize foundation reignited interest in moon exploration by announcing […]

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NASA Plans to Launch the First 3D Printer Into Space

October 18, 2013

In early 2014, NASA is planning to launch the very first zero gravity 3D printer into space. The US Space Agency says this will be the first crucial step of assessing the feasibility of manufacturing tools and spare parts using Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) in a zero gravity environment. Normally in all missions that take […]

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NASA to Develop 3D Printing Using Moon Dust

June 2, 2013

For decades scientists have been trying to figure out how to make human habitation on the moon possible. Being the closest body to the earth, scientists have always been fascinated by the idea of humans living on the moon. While man has for quite a number of times visited the moon, permanently living there has […]

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