Fri Dec 7, 2012, 11:52 AM
struggle4progress (86,228 posts)
Scientists will soon be ready to repair the moon!
... NASA supplied 3-D-printer pioneers Amit Bandyopadhyay and colleagues at Washington State University with 10 pounds of simulated regolith, which is imitation moon rock. The team fed the material to their 3-D printer, which is a high-tech machine that uses computer aided design models to print out objects in three dimensions, building them layer by layer. They were able to melt the moon material and print basic cylinder shapes with it ... It may turn out that moon colonists will need to bring some additives from Earth to mix with the moon material ...
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Scientists will soon be ready to repair the moon! (Original post)
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Fri Dec 7, 2012, 02:06 PM
yawnmaster (2,681 posts)
1. After we bombed it a ways back, I would hope that we would repair the damage...
if, in fact, it can ever be repaired.