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In-Space Manufacturing and Resources


In-Space Manufacturing and Resources

Earth and Planetary Exploration Applications
1. Aufl.

von: Volker Hessel, Jana Stoudemire, Hideaki Miyamoto, Ian D. Fisk

133,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 01.07.2022
ISBN/EAN: 9783527830893
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 432

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<p><b>Comprehensive resource covering all in-space manufacturing and planetary resource exploration endeavors.</b></p> <p>The space economy is developing quickly, and pivotal events have brought us to a strong inflection point. This unique book includes fundamental and ground-breaking innovations in the field and is meant to quickly get readers up to speed on many different facets of space and planetary resource exploration, such as:</p> <ul> <li>Space health & medicine</li> <li>Space biology & space farming</li> <li>Space chemistry & space mining</li> <li>Space construction & advanced materials production</li> <li>Space policy, law & economics</li> </ul> <p>Presenting a snapshot of the expanding space economy and manufacturing applications in low-Earth orbit, along with resource utilization capabilities in development for Moon and Mars missions, this an indispensable source for all researchers and commercial companies working on space and planetary resource exploration.</p>
<p>Introductory Statement: National Aeronautics and Space Administration</p> <p>Introductory Statement: European Space Agency</p> <p>Introductory Statement: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency</p> <p>Introductory Statement: Australian Space Agency</p> <p><b>Part 1: Space Medicine and Human Health</b></p> <p>1. Human Health in Space</p> <p>2. Space Medicine and Countermeasures</p> <p>3. Frontier Medical Technologies to Support Space Exploration</p> <p><b>Part 2: Space Biology</b></p> <p>4. Plant Biology and a New Approach to Space Farming</p> <p>5. Stem Cell Biology and Tissue Engineering in Space</p> <p><b>Part 3: Space Chemistry</b></p> <p>6. Chemistry Related Innovations in Space. Benefits of Flow Chemistry</p> <p>7. Catalysis in Space Environments</p> <p><b>Part 4: Space Mining</b></p> <p>8. Mining and Microbiology for the Solar System Silicate and Basalt Economy</p> <p>9. Near-Earth Asteroids as Promising Candidates for Space Resources</p> <p>10. Space Mining of Phosphorus from Moon Crust–Spillover of Learning from Earth</p> <p>11. Lunar Resources in Support of Human Interplanetary Settlement & Limitations</p> <p><b>Part 5: Space Farming & Food</b></p> <p>12. PONDS: A New Method for Plant Production in Space</p> <p>13. Space Food for the Future: Nutritional Challenges and Technological Strategies for Healthy and High-Quality Products</p> <p><b>Part 6: Advanced Materials</b></p> <p>14. Metal Alloy Synthesis in Microgravity</p> <p>15. Layer-by-Layer Deposition in Microgravity for Enhanced Thin Film Production</p> <p>16. 3D Bioprinting Aboard the International Space Station using the Techshot BioFabrication Facility</p> <p><b>Part 7: Space Construction</b></p> <p>17. Beyond the ISS: The World’s First Commercial Space Station</p> <p>18. Leveraging Open Innovation to Incentivize Advances in Additive Construction in Space and on Earth</p> <p><b>Part 8: Space Policy, Law, and Economics</b></p> <p>19. The Impact of the Artemis Accords on Resource Extraction</p> <p>20. Space Resources: Physical Constraints, Policy Choices, & Ethical Considerations</p> <p>The Future of Space Exploration: A Young Perspective</p>
<p><i>Volker Hessel is Professor at the University of Adelaide (Australia) in the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials. He is the Research Director of the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources (ATCSR). He was Director R&D at the “Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH” (Germany) as well as Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands). His research is focused on microfluidic/continuous-flow and plasma-chemistry based engineering, and space-resource research. He is (co-)author of > 550 peer-reviewed publications and several books.</i></p> <p><i>Jana Stoudemire is the Commercial Innovation Strategy Lead for Axiom Space (USA), responsible for identifying new business opportunities for biomedical and technology research and manufacturing applications on the world’s first commercial space station. She joined the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory (ISS-NL) team, then Space Tango, where she established the initial foundational biomedical partnerships defining a new sector of the space economy. She has participated in > 50 speaking engagements, and she is a member of the National Academies of Sciences Committee on Biological and Physical Sciences in Space (CBPSS). </i> <p><i>Hideaki Miyamoto is the Head of the Department of Systems Innovation and Professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan. He was an Adjunct Professor at the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) from 2017 to 2019. He is involved in many space missions, such as asteroid missions (Hayabusa, Hayabusa-2, and HERA), lunar missions (Kaguya, LUPEX), and Mars missions (MMX). He has published > 110 peer-reviewed publications, mostly in planetary science. </i> <p><i>Ian D. Fisk is the Professor of Flavor Chemistry at the University of Nottingham, UK, and Director of the International Flavour Research Centre (UK and Australia). Before, he worked in the food industry as a senior flavor chemist for Kraft Foods. His research interests lie in flavor management (plant biology, agricultural techniques, food production through to consumption) and fundamental food chemistry to support novel processing technologies and commercial products. He has long term research interests in optimizing space farming, space food processing and space food for future longer-term space missions. He is (co-)author of >100 peer-reviewed publications.</i>
<p><b>Comprehensive resource covering all in-space manufacturing and planetary resource exploration endeavors. </b></p> <p>The space economy is developing quickly, and pivotal events have brought us to a strong inflection point. This unique book includes fundamental and ground-breaking innovations in the field and is meant to quickly get readers up to speed on many different facets of space and planetary resource exploration, such as: <ul><li>Space health & medicine</li> <li>Space biology & space farming</li> <li>Space chemistry & space mining</li> <li>Space construction & advanced materials production </li> <li>Space policy, law & economics</li></ul> <p>Presenting a snapshot of the expanding space economy and manufacturing applications in low-Earth orbit, along with resource utilization capabilities in development for Moon and Mars missions, this an indispensable source for all researchers and commercial companies working on space and planetary resource exploration.

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