04.24.2009 - the Engineer Article: Mining the moon
With the space race back on, engineers are considering the potential of using lunar resources to fuel further exploration of the solar system.
11.2007 - Apollo Curation Lab Visit
Some members of our ISRU Team recently traveled to Johnson Space Center for several meetings. As part of the Apollo meeting, the group received an exclusive tour of the Apollo Curation Lab and wre allowed to view actual moon rocks in the gloveboxes and visit the vault where most of the lunar samples are stored.
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10.15.2007 - Workshop
The 2007 Lunar and Dust Regolith Simulant Workshop was held in Huntsville, AL. October 10-12. Click here for more information including presentations.
05.15.2007 - Popular Mechanics Article: The Next Threat to Astronauts: Moon Dust
08.24.2005 - Unique NASA Science Lab Tackles 'Sticky' Issue of Lunar Dust
Dr. Mian Abbas, a space science researcher at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., watches as a single grain of lunar dust -- taken from the Moon during the Apollo missions of the late 1960s -- is isolated in a vacuum chamber.
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