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Interplanetary Space Logistics: Enabling New Frontiers

NASA is returning to the Moon by 2020 as a stepping stone for the human exploration of Mars. Human space exploration will no longer be viewed as a set of isolated missions, but rather as an integrated supply chain in space. As part of a NASA-funded project, MIT, together with its partners at JPL and Payload Systems Inc., is developing a framework for interplanetary logistics.

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Wishing all success to NASA on its new mission.

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NASA research on Mars is a large study and require a lot of expense. In my opinion, the development of research conducted by NASA on Mars is quite good and the public from these studies could determine if the planet Mars may be inhabited by humans. Home Decor

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