Mars' dust may hold the key to 3D printing technology there.
one day be able to manufacture tools and rocket
parts in space, scientists claim to have put a strong
titanium alloy and a small amount of replicated
Martian regolith into a 3D printer. … Anything sent into space must be pricey
According to study published this summer in the International
Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, NASA spent
around $54,000 per kilogramme only to send
something into Earth's orbit using space shuttles,
whereas SpaceX advertises rates for launching a 200kg cargo starting at $1.2 million.
Khachanov defeats Kyrgios in 5 sets; the semifinal opponent will be Ruud.