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Experiment with Inflatable Space Structures to be Performed
12.07.2010 10:49
Experiment with Inflatable Space Structures to be Performed
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In 2011 the crew of International space station will perform an experiment with inflatable space structures, designed by Russian students.
      The folded structure will be taken to outer space by ISS crewmembers and then spread over external surface of the station. Then, framework tubes of the structure will be automatically filled with a quick hardening composite material, and it will be inflated with compressed air.
      The experiment is aimed at testing inflatable structures as possible lunar bases. Russian students, who designed the structures, are currently working on a power supply system on solar and other types of energy for future lunar bases.
      Source: RIA Novosti


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