AI SpaceFactory was announced the ultimate winner from over 60 entries into the NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge. Using fibers known to be found on Mars (basalt) and materials that are effective shields for radiation (PLA), they achieved their first print, a recyclable polymer composite structure. Company’s 15-foot tall prototype was commended for its highly automated print and its innovative biodegradable and recyclable material that withstood NASA’s pressure, smoke, and impact tests better than its concrete competitors.
Ref: Ai Space Factory, New York, USA
AI Space Factory was announced the ultimate winner from over 60 entries into the NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge.
Ref: AI Space Factory, New York, USA
According to a new report on research in rats published in Frontiers in Physiology,
SpaceXCoin team will continue to engage engineering students around the world to focus on Martian Gravity and solve our muscle and bodily issues.