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    [May 2nd, 2019] News Megapack

    I'm a little burnt out ATM. So I'm only going to put in links, no paragraph excerpts.

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    There Are Many "Water-Worlds" in Space According to a New Study

    Building better life support systems for future space travel

    Two neutron stars collided near the solar system billions of years ago

    The Microbots Are on Their Way - The New York Times

    The water planets one makes me think of the Fermi paradox a bit.
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    I'm really interested in the more biological approach to Life-Support Systems. Chemical based ones seem kind of wasteful to me. If they can get something biological working reliably, it could extend the length of flights. The lack of chemicals will probably also end up being healthier in the long run.
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      Originally posted by Daryn View Post
      I'm really interested in the more biological approach to Life-Support Systems. Chemical based ones seem kind of wasteful to me. If they can get something biological working reliably, it could extend the length of flights.
      It helps that biological components can self-repair if done properly. Not so much with the basic canned air stuff.
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