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The future might be lightweight
TheAnt
post Jun 8 2016, 06:30 PM
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The idea of very lightweight spacecraft for extreme long range missions have been proposed.
Similar technologies can also be used to remove space debris in Earth orbit, and also possibly be used as a first reconnaissance of NEO asteroids.
'Aerospace' have been granted NIAC funding for a preliminary study of this concept.
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