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Is A Moon Colony On The Horizon? → 
08.15.2012 Imagine a machine that could build a 2,000 square foot home in under 24 hours. Imagine one that could do that on the surface of the moon?

NIAC Senior Science Advisor Elected to Full Membership in the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) → 
07.27.2012 Dr. Ronald Turner, the NIAC Senior Science Advisor, and an ANSER Fellow in Science & Technology, has been elected to Full Membership in the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA).

Cutting-edge Approaches to Protecting Interplanetary Astronauts → 
04.30.2012 Exploring a cutting-edge approach to protecting astronauts on their way to Mars and other destinations.

Copy That: NASA Looks Into Spacecraft Printed in Space → 
04.12.2012 It's the 'Holy Grail' for scientists wanting to collect data from many locations at same time.

NASA Invests in Satellites That Beam Power Down to Earth → 
04.11.2012 NASA is providing funding for a proof-of-concept study.

Energy-Hungry Earth Sees a Solution in Space → 
04.09.2012 Proposal for satellite that could beam solar power back to us now under study.

Is NASA Boring? Not a Chance → 
04.16.2012 During the 3-day gathering (NIAC Spring Symposium), researchers gave us a glimpse of the future.

How Huffing and Puffing Could Remove Space Junk → 
04.05.2012 A Space Debris Elimination (SpaDE) initiative would make use of blasts of air from within Earth's atmosphere to take out orbiting debris.

Next-Gen Spacesuit: Slimmer with New Accessories → 
02.02.2012 General Electric Txchnologist Volume 11: Commercial Space Travel, from Private Launches to Space Tourism.

Mission Critical Magazine for the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems → 
08.15.2012 Imagine a machine that could build a 2,000 square foot home in under 24 hours. Imagine one that could do that on the surface of the moon?

Printing a Home: The Case for Contour Crafting → 
01.17.2012 Within the next five years, chances are that 3D printing will have become so advanced that we will be able to upload design specifications to a massive robot, press print, and watch as it spits out a concrete house in less than a day.

NASA Looks to Americans for Aerospace Innovation → 
01.10.2012 The value of deliberately open-ended challenges, which create more room for bold and unexpected ideas to emerge.

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