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3D printing Stone Age domiciles: In Space!

Most recent cargo mission to ISS includes simulated space dirt Metal Tech News – August 11, 2021


Last updated 7/12/2022 at 12:39pm

Redwire Space NASA ISS International Space Station 3D printing Regolith Print

Redwire Space Inc.

The Redwire Regolith Print facility suite consists of Redwire's Additive Manufacturing Facility and the print heads, plates, and lunar regolith feedstock that will be launching to the International Space Station.

Researchers aboard the International Space Station will soon test the feasibility of 3D printing lunar structures with space mud. Being carried out alongside microgravity experiments on muscle cells and slime molds, mission-critical space systems specialist Redwire Space Inc. will test 3D printing in a microgravity environment using material simulating lunar and Martian soil to potentially lead...

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