PROF. SOWERS TALKS LUNAR MINING ON POPULAR MECHANICS ARTICLE

PROF. SOWERS TALKS LUNAR MINING ON POPULAR MECHANICS ARTICLE

Prof. George Sowers was featured on a Popular Mechanics article entitled, “Digging Up Regolith: Why Mining the Moon Seems More Possible than Ever,” discussing how technical advances and political support are making the extraction of lunar resources closer...
Mines to collaborate with Maxar on lunar mission

Mines to collaborate with Maxar on lunar mission

Profs. Chris Dreyer and Angel Abbud-Madrid are part of a project recently funded by NASA called SAMPLR (Sample Acquisition, Morphology Filtering, and Probing of Lunar Regolith) to develop lunar sample acquisition technology.  Using Maxar Technologies robotic arm...
Space Resources program and research featured in Seeker

Space Resources program and research featured in Seeker

The Space Resources program, its faculty and students, and research being conducted at the Center for Space Resources were featured in two episodes of Seeker entitled, “The Next Space Frontier Starts With Mining the Moon” and “Inside the Lab...