3D printing used to make spare parts in AMADEE-18 Mars simulation mission

3D printing used to make spare parts in AMADEE-18 Mars simulation mission

A student from Texas A&M has demonstrated how 3D printing can be used to help future settlers on Mars. The demonstration was part of the recent AMADEE-18 simulation mission organized by the Austrian Space Forum and the Oman National Steering Committee. This past February, parts of Oman’s Dhofar desert were temporarily used as a setting for an extensive Mars simulation project. The mission, named AMADEE-18, was carried out by a small field crew who were tasked with conducting a range of experiments to help gain practical insight into how humans can settle on the Red Planet. One experiment, “A3DPT-2-Mars,” […]

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