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What could we make if we learned how to manufacture things in space?
January 16, 2020
A team is designing experiments that will use new, jello-like materials to develop out-of-this world products aboard the International Space Station.
Could tiny satellites explore space by flying in flocks?
January 14, 2020
Stanford researchers are helping to develop swarms of cheap sat-bots that would work together to get more done than larger, costlier satellites working alone.
Brian Cantwell: My Apollo program internship
July 16, 2019
From chasing toxic clouds to developing rocket fuels for Mars, the Stanford Engineering professor shares stories of his work with the historic Apollo program, and beyond.
Tiny tweak could steer wind power in the right direction
July 5, 2019
On a working wind farm, researchers show that angling turbines slightly away from the wind can boost overall energy produced and even out the otherwise variable supply.
Researchers bust cost barriers by putting $100 satellites into orbit
June 20, 2019
Chip-sized satellites, or ChipSats, are designed to work together in a swarm to perform tasks that, nowadays, only big, costly systems can do.
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